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Journey's Austin Wintory joining the Brisbane symphony Nov. 23

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The Queensland Symphony Orchestra will play music from video games like Halo and Skyrim at 7 p.m. AEST on Nov. 23 during an event called "Video Games Unplugged: Symphony of Legends," according to the organization's official website.

Grammy-winning Journey composer Austin Wintory will join the QSO as its special guest next month at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Music on hand will include the following:

  • Marty O'Donnell - "Main Theme" from Halo
  • Kohei Tanaka - music from Gravity Rush
  • Russell Brower - "A Tenuous Pact" from World of Warcraft
  • Russell Brower - "The Hyperion Overture" from StarCraft 2
  • Garry Schyman - "Suite" from BioShock 2
  • Greg Edmonson - "Atlantis of the Sands" from Uncharted 3
  • Greg Edmonson - "Nate's Theme" from Uncharted 3
  • Cris Velasco - "The Isle of Creation" from God of War 2
  • Nobuo Uematsu - "One Winged Angel" from Final Fantasy 7
  • Christopher Tin - "Baba Yetu" from Civilization 4
  • Hiroki Kikuta - "Angel's Fear" from Secret of Mana 2
  • Jesper Kyd - "Ezio's Family" from Assassin's Creed 2
  • Russell Brower - "Legacy of Terror" from Diablo 3
  • Normand Corbeil - music from Heavy Rain
  • Austin Wintory - "Nascence" from Journey
  • Austin Wintory - "I Was Born for This" from Journey
  • Jeremy Soule - "Dragonborn Theme" from Skyrim

Organizers are also promising "a few surprises" at next month's performance. You can purchase tickets through the BSO's official website.

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