Hey, Video Games Live
isn't the only contender in the market for orchestral performances of ludological accompaniment, you know. The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra
-- for those unfamiliar with their Midwest geography, that's Dayton, Ohio -- is putting together a game-themed show, aptly titled PLAY.
The show will feature the DPO and a 60-strong choir featuring singers from three local high schools, all of whom will perform tracks from titles such as Dragon Age: Origins
. They'll also be playing an entire Castlevania
suite, created by Fringe
, and Star Trek
orchestral composer Chad Seiter. If you reside in the Buckeye State and don't have plans for March 31 -- wait, what are we saying? Nobody plans that far ahead. Just go
, you silly goose.
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