Classic video game tunes alongside classical music in SSO concert

Irish conductor Eimear Noone unites her love of classical music with game soundtracks in the Video Games Classics concert played by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. PHOTO: ISABEL THOMAS
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SINGAPORE - While playing video games in the 1980s, Irish conductor Eimear Noone, 41, wondered what the catchy themes of Nintendo games would sound like when played by a full orchestra.

She unites her love of classical music with game soundtracks in the Video Games Classics concert played by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra at the Esplanade Concert Hall on April 5.

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