Preceding the DiGRA game design conference, there will be a one day symposium on game music held at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. It will feature keynotes by internationally renowned speakers, panels and workshops. The symposium investigates music’s contribution to three important domains of video gaming: Play, Fans, and Space.
Karen Collins (Waterloo University, Canada). http://www.gamessound.com/
Mads Haahr (Dept Computer Science at Trinity College Dublin, Haunted Planet Studios). http://www.hauntedplanet.com/
Joost Raessens (Utrecht University, Center for the Study of Digital Games and Play (GAP)). http://gaputrecht.blogspot.com/
Where: Sweelinckzaal, Drift 23, Utrecht, Netherlands
When: 13 September, 2011 @ 09:00 – 19:00
For more info and registration, go to http://www.videogamemusicsymposium.com/index.html
The Premier Conference on Game Music and Sound will be held on November 11-12, 2011 at Pyramind Studios, San Francisco , CA. See http://gamesoundcon.com for details.
Video Game Heroes Performance Details
02 September 2011 7:30pm
The London Philharmonic Orchestra plays soundtracks to your favourite video games including: Battlefield, Elder Scrolls and Little Big Planet.
Andrew Skeet conductor
Iain Lee presenter
Experience total orchestral immersion in the worlds of Advent Rising Halo Bioshock Dead Space Mass Effect Battlefield Call of Duty Splinter Cell Elder Scrolls Final Fantasy Legend of Zelda Myst World of Warcraft Uncharted: Drakes Fortune Angry Birds Tetris Super Mario Bros Enemy Zero 007: Blood Stone Little Big Planet Grand Theft Auto Metal Gear Solid
Part of the Vision Sound Music
festival at Southbank CentreTickets for this concert are only available from the Southbank Centre Ticket Office
Review here: http://www.ludomusicology.org/forum/#/discussion/3/video-game-heroes