Friday 03 July

Video Game Scores with Oscars conductor Eímear NooneCANCELLED

RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

Time 7:30pm
National Concert Hall Dublin

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In line with the latest Public Health advice and Government announcement of Friday 1st May, all RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra performances scheduled to take place at the National Concert Hall up to Monday August 10th have been cancelled. Customers are being refunded through the National Concert Hall.

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The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra proudly joins forces with Oscars conductor Eímear Noone for Video Game Scores, a concert of major game scores devised and conducted by Eímear, one of the world’s leading conductors of game scores.

For this, Eímear’s first performance in Ireland since becoming the first female conductor to perform at the Oscars, she has drawn together a programme featuring the massive orchestral scores of major video game soundtracks including Halo, Call of Duty, Super Mario, Final Fantasy, Malach, Angel Messenger and Hitman Suite. Full programme to be announced.

This concert is the second collaboration between Eímear and the RTÉ NSO.

With final concert plans being put in place, Eímear is looking forward, saying: ‘After two years of mad adventures and conducting at the Oscars this year, I am thrilled to be returning to my dear friends at the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra to conduct a selection of my favourite video game scores. There is nothing more special than performing at home and it is a particular pleasure when it is with the full forces of the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra who have shown themselves to be outstanding with the world of video games music.

Eímear Noone
Eímear Noone is a Dublin based conductor and award-winning Irish composer, composing extensively for film and videogame. In 2020, Eímear became the first female conductor to perform at the Academy Award ceremony.

She is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading conductors of game scores. Orchestras with whom she has collaborated include the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Singapore Symphony Orchestra and Danish National Symphony Orchestra.

She is responsible for some of the most enduring soundscapes on World of Warcraft and other best-selling videogames. Through her music on World of WarCraft, Eímear’s music has reached over a 100 million people and continually inspired players to invent and build new worlds for nearly 15 years. The scores have achieved many accolades including Hollywood Music in Media Award for Best Video Game Score.

This season, she will conduct many video game concerts worldwide as well as continue her work in film composition. Eímear will also continue to conduct the Base Hologram Maria Callas Tour, an event that brings the beloved opera legend Maria Callas back to the stage via hologram with a full live orchestra.