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19 Mar 2009 - Arnie Roth Announces Sinfonia Drammatica

On August 4, 2009, Arnie Roth will conduct the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra at the concert Sinfonia Drammatica in the Konserthuset Stockholm. The concert will combine performances of Chris Huelsbeck's Symphonic Shades with selections from drammatica -The Very Best of Yoko Shimomura-. This blend of Western and Eastern music promises to be a fantastic tribute for game music fans.

Arnie Roth is a classically-trained conductor and violinist known for his performances with the Chicagoland Pops Orchestra and numerous famous artists. Since 2004, he has developed a reputation as the premiere game music concert conductor through his work on the Final Fantasy concert series Dear Friends, More Friends, and VOICES, the PLAY! A Video Game Symphony concert tour, and the German tribute concert Symphonic Shades.

In a special interview with SEMO, Roth provides all the details about Sinfonia Drammatica. He discusses how the idea came about, what to expect, and even that the composers will be in attendance. He also discusses his upcoming work with Square Enix on Distant Worlds and Symphonic Fantasies as well as how game music concerts have influenced his life and career.
Written by Chris Greening

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