If you’ve ever gone to Video Games Live, you might have gotten the vague feeling that something was amiss, namely the woeful absence of Yasunori Mitsuda’s name in the program notes. Fortunately that should no longer be a problem in future concerts, as Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall debuted their new Chrono segment with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony back on March 14th. Be on the lookout for the segment, as it will likely be a part of most (if not all) of their upcoming performances.
How do you think VGL’s medley compares to PLAY!’s? Has Jack Wall unintentionally jeopardized his career by demonstrating the orchestra can get along fine without a conductor? And how many “Scars of Time” arrangements is too many?Tags: Chrono, Chrono Cross, Chrono Trigger, Concerts, Mitsuda, News, VGL, Video Games Live, Videos