Following last year's success, a second symphony game music concert will be performed in the Eastern German city of Leipzig as part of the 2004 edition of Games Convention on August 18th this year. Just like its predecessors, this year's concert will again feature composer Andy Brick as conductor. He will conduct th FILMharmoic Orchestra from Prague. This year however the organizers are aiming at a more varied program, including big band, Caribbean-style and of course, classic orchestra music. The event will also feature a performance by Seiji Honda, who recently worked on the Final Fantasy VII Piano Collection.
Last year's concert marked the first time that video game music from Japan, the US and Europe was being performed in one concert.