On 1 November 2017
Le Grand Rex
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You like video games and especially the soundtrack played along these games? So, on Wednesday November 1, 2017, don’t miss the concert Paris Games Week Symphonic at Paris Grand Rex. This will be the occasion to relive live the greatest hours of video games played by a 60-musician symphonic orchestra.
On Wednesday November 1, 2017, Paris Grand Rex is hosting an event with the Paris Games Week Symphonic concert.
From 8:30 p.m., spectators can relive the greatest hours of video games and live thanks to a sophisticated musical programming set up by a team of video games music and musical production specialists.
This concert is performed by a symphonic orchestra directed by Opera de Massy director Constantin Rouits. Back in 2009, this very same director created the Sinfonia Pop Orchestra with young talented and professional musicians dedicated to movie soundtrack concert and recording. Together, they created several projects. Constantin Rouits is also at the helm of several Overlook Events concerts such as Tribute to John Williams, TV Series Live, Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure.
For Paris Games Week Symphonic concert, the 60-musician symphonic orchestra returns to a selection of the best music from video games from yesterday to today.
On the menu? A selection of retro-mythic compositions symphonically performed as the opening. Then, the orchestra gives pride of place to more modern but as cult pieces of which some have never been played live. Among them? Assassin’s Creed II, Age of Empire III, Vampyr, Injustice, Resident Evil, Mass Effect, The Witcher 3 and even Skyrim.
It’s tempting, right? So, don’t waste time and buy your ticket!
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