It’s been over a year since Montreal’s own L’Orchestre de Jeux Vidéo has played to an in-person audience. Now, the ensemble, known for their flawless renditions of video game scores returns with full force at their upcoming concerts at Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church on November 6 and 12.
The OJV, founded in 2008, is s a non-profit organization that has “assigned itself the goal to give their musicians the ability to play in a rich musical environment” while making symphonic music more accessible to the general public.
Their musical repertoire includes pieces from Mario, Pokemon, Zelda, and more.
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The November 6 concert will feature the sounds of classic arcade games, while the November 12 show will act as a tribute to the illustrious music of Final Fantasy VII.
Make sure to reserve your tickets for your preferred show (or both) ASAP because they’re going fast.
For tickets and/or info on the upcoming concerts click here.
When: November 6 and 12
Where: 4237 Avenue Henri-Julien
Time: 7:30 pm
Price: $20 – $50