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  1. Washington Metropolitan Gamer Symphony Orchestra returns to the concert hall next month for two in-person video game music concerts, titled "A Spring Dawn," presented by our full orchestra and choir, and featuring special guest Harmonic Introductions, a vocal ensemble dedicated to the art of overtone singing. The concert will feature music from Warframe, Pokemon Red & Blue, and Halo 5, to name a few. There are two opportunities to see WMGSO and HI perform in person: Saturday, May 7 at 4 p.m. EDT at the Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring, Md., and again on Saturday, May 14 at 4 p.m. EDT at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center at Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria, Va. Tickets and details: wmgso.org/events.
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    Washington Metropolitan Gamer Symphony Orchestra presents its fall concert, "New Perspectives," featuring a brand new composition inspired by "Dwarf Fortress." Brand new video game music arrangements performed by the 100-member orchestra and choir, as well as small ensembles, will round out the program. Additional details and ticketing information available at wmgso.org/events.
  3. I have a personal goal to play a live show at MAGfest. I live in Japan so this is not going to be easy. But before that, I just want to know what people go to MAGfest concerts to hear? There are already millions of game music cover bands playing there, right? Do people just want more covers of the classics? Do they want bands covering less popular games? Do they want original music? I have lots of ideas for cool concerts I'd like to throw and now I finally want to create a set and go there and do it?
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