On the 16th and 17th October, the stage of the National Forum of Music in Wrocław, Poland, will be filled with music known from Larian Studios and Supergiant Games productions performed by NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic and the Sound Factory Orchestra. It’s the third time when the Game Music Festival gathers fans of stunning sounds featured in video games, but this year you can join all concerts online. No tickets or black ties are required!
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The concerts lineup:
16th October, 6 PM UTC
The Symphony of Four Worlds features music from four outstanding games: Transistor, Hades, Pyre, Bastion, and striking pieces by Darren Korb, whose eclectic style is their essence. These diverse soundtracks will be presented live in outstanding arrangements by the Sound Factory Orchestra, conducted by Robert Kurdybacha, who’s known for the incredible performance on previous GMF editions.
17th October 6, PM UTC
The Symphony of Sin is a perfect delight for all RPG enthusiasts. Fans will hear the world premiere of music from Baldur’s Gate III, composed by Borislav Slavov and performed live by the NFM Philharmonic. Of course, the Larian concert would not be complete without a soundtrack from Divinity: Original Sin II.
The NFM’s symphonic orchestra was founded in 1945, and since then, it has been delivering dozens of unique projects, also promoting Polish music around the world. Sound Factory Orchestra is a multimedia project that was created in 2009. Its mission is to promote and popularize projects related to contemporary art, primarily in the field of music and visual arts.
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Source:: GOG – Good Old Games