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“Absolutely crazy!”

– Journal de Montréal

 

“An extraordinary concert.”

– Nouvelles FLSH

 

“An exhilarating orchestral and visual experience”

– Le Devoir

 

“Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier has rarely been so joyful and boisterous. […] For young people to go at the symphony, we need a reason, and this concert is without a doubt the solution.”

– Journal de Montréal

 

“An unforgettable experience.”

– Sorstu.ca

A Symphonic Video Game Concert

The Video Game Symphony is a multimedia event that combines the power of the symphony orchestra with the immersive and interactive world of gaming. The project was created in September 2017, by the Orchestre Métropolitain, with conductor Dina Gilbert, during the Montreal 375th city anniversary. A new version of the concert was presented by the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, in November 2018. A tribute to Quebec’s creators focusing on the music of more than thirty video games developed in Montreal and Quebec City.