Final Fantasy, The Legend Of Zelda, HALO: Reach, Super Mario Bros., Chrono Cross, Kingdom Hearts, World of Warcraft, Sonic The Hedgehog. These are perhaps not names that you immediately associate with a night at the Symphony. But, for two nights next week, Benaroya Hall will transform itself into the world's poshest gaming room as composer/conductor Andy Brick (he's composed the music for such little-known titles as Sim City: Rush Hour, Stranglehold, Sims 2, Warhammer, Mafia II, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Final Fantasy) leads the Seattle Choral Company and vocalist Aubrey Ashburn in renditions of all-new arrangements of songs from video games while gameplay sequences zip by on the overhead screens. w00t!
PLAY! A Video Game Symphony
Tuesday, June 21 & Wednesday, June 22 @ 7:30 PM
Teen Tix: $5, day-of-performance only
Seattle Symphony Box Office: 206.215.4747