Known for composing music for over 300 video game titles, Tommy Tallarico presents Video Games Live – an explosive performance infusing live symphony with digital sounds and astounding aesthetics. Partnering with the Youth Orchestra of San Antonio, Tallarico brings the musical spectacular to the Alamo city, engaging the talents of the city’s youth.
Featuring all of the best tunes from the world’s best-selling video games set to synchronized videos, VGL includes nostalgic tunes from Zelda, Halo, the Prince of Persia and more.
More than just music, the show mixes popular internet performers, stunning laser light shows and interactive segments to immerse the audience into the digital world. Experience the raw sentiment of symphony with the bombastic electronic percussion and dazzling lasers.
Before the performance, mingle with local video game designers to discover the most recent news in the San Antonio video game community. This unique show is perfect for audiences of all ages. Saturday, July 15, $22-$89, 8pm, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-8624, tobincenter.org.
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