The famous walking concerts in it albert’s royal hall in London they were first established in 1895 and are almost as old as the concert hall itself. Since then, classical music concerts on different themes have been held every summer and this time video games are also in the spotlight. One of the 72 concerts bears the title Gaming Prom: 8 bits to infinity and find in August 1, 2022 instead of. Even if the full program is not fixed yet, visitors can look forward to music from battlefield 2042, kingdom hearts, shadow of the colossus Y dear esther be happy. In addition to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra there will also be the director Robert Ames will be on stage that night, who has already conducted a concert related to science fiction film music.
In this first-ever Gaming Prom, Robert Ames, best known at the Proms for his explorations of sci-fi and electroacoustic music, leads an electronically augmented Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on an odyssey from classic 1980s console titles to haunted soundscapes. by Jessica Curry for the European premiere concert of Hildur Guðnadóttir and Sam Slater’s music for Battlefield 2042.
If you want to be there yourself, you can from May 21 at 10 a.m. our time Tickets buy for the concert. However, you must be quick, as the tickets for the concerts on the promenade always sell out very quickly. If you can’t go to London, you can also go to the Gaming Prom on TV on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Four and online clue. down we got you bbc official description translated about the night of the concert:
Fantastic worlds, epic adventures, complex characters, and big moral decisions: the universe of computer games is made for orchestral music, and in the 21st century, games have created large, passionate global audiences for some of the most vibrant, ambitious music. and imaginative that are known today. written for a symphony orchestra.
What do you think of these types of events? Are you excited that video games are becoming more of a cultural focus?
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