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The Video Games Symphonic Concert Will Bring Your Favorite Game Soundtracks to Life

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The Ayala Museum and Manila Symphony Orchestra have announced that they will be holding a Video Games Symphonic concert on August 25, 2022, at 6:30 PM.

The announcement was made over the weekend on the Ayala Museum Facebook Page, and will see the Manila Symphonic Orchestra, conducted by Marlon Chen, play symphonic versions of classic video game tracks from Final Fantasy, Super Mario, Monster Hunter, and much more.

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Gates will open at 5:30 PM, and interested parties can check out the Video Games Symphonic Concert website to purchase tickets, which will have allocations for both onsite and virtual attendees.

Pricing is as follows:

Onsite Orchestra View (Seats with a direct view of the orchestra located in the function room)

  • PHP 1,350 Regular
  • PHP 1,080 Discounted + Students
  • PHP 965 Senior/PWD

Onsite Screen View (Seats with a view of the orchestra through our lobby screen while the performance is heard live.)

  • PHP 750 Regular
  • PHP 535 Senior/PWD

Virtual

  • PHP 550 Regular
  • PHP 440 Discounted + Students
  • PHP 395 Senior/PWD

Onsite tickets are limited, so best to get yours while they’re still available!

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