Otaku USA Magazine
Video Game Orchestra Lights Up Boston in October

Video Game Orchestra, known for putting on full rock/orchestral (AKA “rockestral”) arrangements of a variety of video game music, is set to return to Boston Symphony Hall for another night of genre-spanning tunes. Tickets are now on sale for the concert, which will feature music from Final Fantasy, Grandia, Kingdom Hearts, Castlevania, and more, with some true legends in attendance.

The four special guest composers include Kingdom Hearts‘ Yoko Shimomura, Final Fantasy XII‘s Hitoshi Sakimoto, Grandia‘s Noriyuki Iwadare, and Castlevania‘s Kinuyo Yamashita. Video Game Orchestra ~Live at Symphony Hall~ takes place Sunday, October 7 at 8:00pm, and tickets range from $40.50 to $100. There’s a 10% discount available with the rockestralgamemusic code (see below), and students can show their student ID for a 50% discount.

VGO is also currently right in the middle of a Kickstarter, with the ultimate goal of funding a live album of the concert. Anyone plan on attending?