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  1. What better place then to organize a meet up on the biggest video game event in California.
  2. Are you serious you still want to go even with all of this? There is also more to be announced up until the show. Support VGM! PLAY! A Video Game Symphony Lands in San Jose on May 26, 2007 -Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. the creative team that brought you the first Video Game Music concert in the US with Dear Friends- Music from FINAL FANTASY and More Friends- Music from FINAL FANTASY has announced that the next confirmed stop on the world tour of his new show PLAY! A Video Game Symphony will be presented in association with Fanime at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 8 pm. PLAY! is a new concert concept that draws its scores from a catalogue of blockbuster video games. Brought to vibrant life by Symphony Silicon Valley and Chorale, the PLAY! concert features award-winning orchestral music from popular video game titles including Final Fantasy, Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid, The Legend Of Zelda, Super Mario Bros., World Of Warcraft, Sonic The Hedgehog, Shenmue. Outstanding graphics on large screens above the orchestra will accompany the scores to highlight memorable moments from the games. -Video game composer Jeremy Soule is going to attend PLAY! in San Jose. He is known for his work on games including The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Guild Wars: Factions/Nightfall, Prey and Company of Heroes. -PLAY! Concert Kicks Off on Saturday, May 26, 2007 in San Jose, CA PLAY! and Blizzard Entertainment® to Give Away Free World of Warcraft® Trial DVDs at the California Premiere. Audiences will be thrilled by orchestral arrangements of their favorite video game soundtracks, including the score to World of Warcraft, Blizzard Entertainment's award-winning massively multiplayer online game. As an added bonus, attendees to PLAY! Concerts will receive a free trial disc of World of Warcraft on DVD-ROM, which includes 14 days of free game time, while supplies last. - PLAY! to feature music from The Darkness Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. and 2K Games announced that PLAY! will feature music from The Darkness by composer Gustaf Grefberg when the tour performs in San Jose, CA and Stockholm, Sweden. Developed by Starbreeze Studio, developer of the award-winning The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay, The Darkness is a next-generation, first-person action game that features an immersive and gritty storyline written in collaboration with famed comic-book writer, Paul Jenkins (Civil War: Frontline). Set in the dark and seedy underbelly of New York City, players experience the role of mafia hitman Jackie Estacado who is the heir to "The Darkness", an ancient power that awakens within him on his 21st birthday. Jackie must use traditional weapons as well as learn to command his terrible new powers to seek revenge on his own crime family. The Darkness is based on the popular comic of the same name published by Top Cow Publishing. The Darkness ships for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in the Spring of 2007. - PLAY! to feature music from Lost Odyssey Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. announced today that Nobuo Uematsu's music from Lost Odyssey will be a permanent part of the regular PLAY! A Video Game Symphony-series concert programm. The video game is designed by Final Fantasy series originator Hironobu Sakaguchi. PLAY! A Video Game Symphony is a highly acclaimed symphony concert world-tour featuring music from a catalogue of blockbuster video game titles. Lost Odyssey's storyline takes the player through Kaim's life, a man who has been sentenced to live for 1,000 years. He lives through multiple generations, becomes a part of many families, falls in and out of love and gets into conflicts. All this is set in a world that is on the verge of a mystical industrial revolution, where mankind has attained dark powers. Tour dates including ticket information are available at the official PLAY! website at www.play-symphony.com/tickets.php. So far, PLAY! concerts have been announced for Hartford and Stockholm with many more to be announced shortly. © 2006 MISTWALKER, INC. / I.T. PLANNING, INC. All rights reserved. © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. - Free give-away for San Jose concert announced Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. announced today that the first 1,000 attendees to the PLAY! concert in San Jose will receive free exclusive Dear Friends - Music from FINAL FANTASY programs and posters. PLAY! San Jose will be presented in association with Fanime at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 8 pm. - The two-hour concert performed by the Symphony Silicon Valley and Chorale will be conducted by Grammy Award-winning artist Arnie Roth. "It's no secret among game lovers and connoisseurs of orchestral music that some of today's most thrilling scores are coming out of the video game genre," says Roth. "This spectacular concert series speaks to the growing popularity and artistic sophistication of this form of entertainment and will attract people of all generations to some of the world's greatest concert halls." This presentation is the second successful collaboration between the Symphony and Jason Michael Paul Productions, having presented a sold-out video game music concert in 2005. - Tickets to the PLAY! concert in San Jose, CA are available to the general public online at www.ticketmaster.com or at Symphony Silicon Valley, 467 South First St. San Jose, CA 95113 or by calling 408 286-2600. Ticket prices for this concert range from $36 - $72 a seat with a select group of the best seats selling for $100 including a PLAY! Package of gifts. - Also, please mention that this is in association with FanimeCon www.fanime.com. Also, those who register for Fanime can receive a discount on PLAY! concert tickets by entering "fanime" in the promotional section of the point of purchase at the ticketmaster website. Welcome to FanimeCon - The Bay Area's Largest Anime Convention! Memorial Day Weekend Friday, May 25th, 2007 – Monday, May 28th, 2007 May Twenty-Fifth through May Twenty-Eighth FanimeCon 2007 is fast approaching and promises to be the biggest FanimeCon ever. We've got more stuff to see, do, hear, and buy than any other anime convention around! Don't miss the action - register online now, and not only will you be one of the first members of FanimeCon, you'll save a ton of money!
  3. PLAY! and Blizzard Entertainment® to Give Away Free World of Warcraft® Trial DVDs at the California Premiere on Saturday, May 26, 2007 in San Jose, CA SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March May 8, 2007- Today, Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. has announced that the upcoming PLAY! concerts will kickoff on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 8PM in San Jose, CA at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts. The concert will take place in conjunction with the Fanime Convention www.fanime.com. PLAY! A Video Game Symphony is a symphony concert world tour, featuring live music performed by full orchestra and choir. Outstanding graphics on large screens above the orchestra accompany the scores, highlighting memorable moments from a catalogue of blockbuster video games. Audiences will be thrilled by orchestral arrangements of their favorite video game soundtracks, including the score to World of Warcraftâ, Blizzard Entertainmentâ's award-winning massively multiplayer online game. As an added bonus, attendees to PLAY! Concerts will receive a free trial disc of World of Warcraft on DVD-ROM, which includes 14 days of free game time, while supplies last. "Thanks to the generosity of Blizzard Entertainment, our concert goers will have a memento by which to remember their special evening at the PLAY! concert," says Jason Michael Paul, producer of PLAY!. Additional tour dates including ticket information are available at the official PLAY! website at www.play-symphony.com/tickets.php <http://www.play-symphony.com/tickets.php> . So far, upcoming PLAY! concerts have been announced for Stockholm, Singapore, Sydney and Ft. Worth, TX. About Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. Best known for blockbuster hits including World of Warcraft and the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® series, Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. (www.blizzard.com <http://www.blizzard.com/> ), a division of Vivendi Games, is a premier developer and publisher of entertainment software renowned for creating some of the industry’s most critically acclaimed games. Blizzard’s track record includes ten #1-selling games and multiple Game of the Year awards. The company’s free Internet gaming service, Battle.net®, reigns as the largest in the world, with millions of active users.
  4. I do not want this show to get cancelled no matter what. I have been telling everyone that I know to make sure of it.
  5. I hope that someone will record this for us to hear.
  6. That is something...I cannot imagine running into the likes of these people. You must of been like wow this is awesome. I heard for the San Jose show PLAY! has Jeremy Soule attending. I don't know of any other American composer who is better. In Stockholm they announced that Akira Yamaoka will be at the concert. In SIngapore they announced that Yuzo Koshiro will be on turntables spinning classics, as well as Takenobu Mitsuyoshi. Pretty amazing maybe I will run into these composers some day.
  7. I am curious who has gone to this concert. I have heard nothing but good things about this concert as well as VGL. Who is going to the San Jose show on May 26, 2007 during the weekend of FanimeCon? I thouhgt Californians would be interested. We have to support VGM concerts or they cannot survive. San Jose, USA San Jose Center for the Performing Arts Saturday, May 26, 2007, 8 pm LOST ODYSSEY and THE DARKNESS will be a part of this concert. Tickets to the PLAY! concert in San Jose, CA will be available to the general public starting Saturday, March 31 at 10 am online at www.ticketmaster.com or at Symphony Silicon Valley, 467 South First St. San Jose, CA 95113 or by calling 408 286-2600.
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