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Co-produced by Cumbria Music Hub and Orchestras Live

Cumbria Calling: Gaming Adventures

Experience a concert of epic video game soundtracks live with The Manchester Video Game Orchestra!
With the games on screen, the orchestra will bring the soundtracks to life as you’ve never heard them before.

PLUS the evening will feature world premieres of brand new gaming soundtracks from students at Chetwynde, Dowdales, Ulverston Victoria High and Walney Schools and composer Andy Smith.

Join us to celebrate the music of video games and the amazing creative talent of Cumbria’s young people!

Date & Time
The Coro

Standard: £21

U18/Student: £6

Unwaged: £6

Young performers family offer: Adult £11
with promo code.

Prices include booking fee.

Additional details

Doors open: 17:45

All visuals shown during the concert will have a PEGI rating of 12 or below.

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.

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About Cumbria Calling

Over the past few months, young people from local schools have been taking part in creative workshops with The Manchester Video Game Orchestra (MVGO), composer Andy Smith and Cumbria Music Hub. Each group prepared a brief for a video game visual to be created. They have worked with musicians from the orchestra and Andy to compose their own brand-new soundtrack for the video game visual.

These brand new pieces will be premiered as part of MVGOs concert exploring the wonderful world of video game music. The young people will perform their new piece live with the orchestra, showcasing the creativity and talent of Cumbria’s young people.

The programme includes music from:

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

Spyro: Year of the Dragon

Apex Legends

Medal of Honour

Crash Bandicoot

Stronghold 2




Cumbria Calling: Gaming Adventures            world premiere

Chetwynde, Dowdales, Ulverston Victoria High and Walney Schools arr. Andy Smith

 Cumbria Calling: Gaming Adventures is co-produced by Cumbria Music Hub and Orchestras Live.

We are grateful for the support of Arts Council England and The Hadfield Trust.

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  • 6.30pm