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PLAY! Symphony Concert to Hit Stateside
11.07.05 - 2:30 AM

JMP Productions, the producers behind 2004's Dear Friends: Music from Final Fantasy concert have announced PLAY!, a symphony concert series featuring music from hit video games. Music from games such as RPGs Final Fantasy, World of Warcraft, and The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

"As the most experienced team in the field of video game music concerts we will present the ultimate tour to the fans," says series producer Jason Michael Paul. "Our concerts will feature many brand new arrangements done by the original composers themselves. We will focus on celebrating video game music like never before."

Arnie Roth, Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Chicagoland Pops will return as Music Director and Conductor of this concert series. "This spectacular concert will attract people of all generations to some of the world's greatest concert halls," says Roth.

The concert series will start in North America in April of 2006. No locations have yet to be announced as of yet. Keep watch to RPGFan for more information about PLAY!.


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