Music from Cuphead and The Ori Series will be performed at a live concert in the Royal Festival Hall in London on the 5th and 6th of March. This is part of the Game Music Festival taking place in Enlgand for the first time.
There will be a workshop on the 5th showing participants how audio is created for video games behind the scenes. More information about the program will be revealed closer to the event on its’ Facebook page. The concerts will take place on the 6th.
The tickets are priced at £25 British pounds or 142 MYR.
“The Jazz of Cuphead” will start the performances with music from the unmistakeably stylish title interpreted by a seasoned big band. Full of the early styles of jazz mixed with ragtime music, Cuphead swiftly transports the listener to a world inspired by Duke Ellington and Count Basie, but always with a twist. Cuphead has won a well-deserved BAFTA Games Award for Best Music with composer, Kristofer Maddigan joining the audience to see his score brought to life by the Bartosz Pernal Orchestra.
Lauded by critics and millions of fans worldwide upon release, Ori and the Will of the Wisps features an unforgettable score by multi-BAFTA nominated and Ivor Novello winning composer, Gareth Coker. Entitled “The Symphony Of The Spirits” and performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra and Hertfordshire Chorus who recorded the game soundtrack originally, the second concert of the day will take the audience on a journey through Ori’s world as never before.”
The Jazz of Cuphead will be played by the Bartosz Pernal Orchestra, while The Symphony of the Spirits will be performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra and Hertfordshire Chorus.
If you are currently in the UK and are a fan of the swanky soundtrack of the run and gun shooter, this Cuphead and Ori concert is something may just want to attend.
Cuphead is available for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac. The Ori games are available for Nintendo Switch, Xbox Consoles, and PC.