Guild Wars Music Makes ‘PLAY! A Video Game Symphony’ Line-up

play-tour.jpgArenaNet has announced that excerpts from the Guild Wars score will be included in the “Play! A Video Game” concert series. The tour debuts in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Bass Performance Hall on January 19, 2008, and will include engagements at prestigious locations including the Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Washington.

Selections were chosen from the rich soundtracks created by renowned video-game music composer Jeremy Soule and co-composer Julian Soule.

We always felt the work Jeremy and Julian did on the Guild Wars soundtracks was one of the best features of the game,Were incredibly happy their music has been included in the PLAY! Tour, so that even more people can enjoy the music that millions of said Jeff Strain, co-founder of ArenaNet. Guild Wars players have grown to love.

Guild Wars brings a worldwide audience to our world tour, which is an exciting prospect for us, added Jason Michael Paul, producer and creator of the PLAY! tour. Guild Wars certainly has one of the most compelling and exciting music scores, which will be a great addition to our concert program.

For more information on the PLAY! A Video Game Symphony concert series including tickets and details on the entire tour, go to Business Wire

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1 Comment on Guild Wars Music Makes ‘PLAY! A Video Game Symphony’ Line-up


On December 19, 2007 at 5:54 pm

awesome, ive always loved the bombastic scores that jeremy soule composes. some of his other work would fit nicely in this show. im gonna put my money on them playing tome of the rubicon from eotn.