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GSPO Confirms World Premieres & More ahead of July 15th Show

GSPO Confirms World Premieres & More ahead of July 15th Show

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GSPO Confirms World Premieres & More ahead of July 15th Show

If you missed the news during the flurry of E3 headlines, let’s recap: The Golden State Pops Orchestra is putting on their third Video Game Soundtracks series performance in Los Angeles, California on July 15th. When we posted about the show before there were teases of the games and guests that would make appearances but the GSPO is back with a more concrete listing. Making their “world premiere” live performances will be music from:

Detroit: Become Human (game releases Fall 2017)
Gran Turismo (game releases Fall 2017)
World of Warcraft: Legion
Halo Wars 2
Prince of Persia
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

The show will also feature new arrangements and favorite pieces from the GSPO’s past Video Game Soundtracks shows including:

A Salute to Final Fantasy
World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor
Civilization IV & VI
Star Wars Battlefront
Halo
Afrika
and special surprises…

Just after the “special surprises” they list featured composers who have appeared at past shows like Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, John Debney and Richard Sherman so start thinking along those amazing lines to guess at this year’s surprise guests. The GSPO did confirm a handful of special guest composers and performers who will be on hand for the evening and those include:

Russell Brower – Emmy winning sound designer and composer
Jessica Curry – BAFTA winning composer
Gordy Haab – G.A.N.G Awards winning composer
Penka Kouneva – Ovation award winning composer
Christopher Tin – Grammy award winning composer
Christopher Tin – Grammy winning composer
Austin Wintory – BAFTA winning composer
Jack Wall – Award winning composer
Victoria Atkin – co-star of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate

Finally, the ticket prices have been announced, ranging from $28.50 for the balcony and running up to $70.00 for the main auditorium seats. Tickets are available now from the GSPO’s website.

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