Elder Scrolls gets the orchestra treatment with Skyrim In Concert, London, November 16

Skyrim concert

As a man who has been solidly listening to remixes of the Mega Man 2 Wily Castle theme since Monday, I can tell you that videogame music is pretty good. The Winterhold Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir agrees, and will be performing a rendition of the Skyrim soundtrack at the London Palladium on November 16.

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Based on the original score, Skyrim In Concert has “brand new arrangements” of Far Horizons (plays during outside, daytime adventures), The Streets of Whiterun (you can probably guess) and Dragonborn (that’s the one, you know, the main one), plus others. It’s happening because the HD remaster is hitting consoles at the end of next month, along with the attached Skyrim Special Edition upgrade for PC. Well, that and it’s pretty cool.

Tickets go on sale next week, on October 4. TicketMaster’s the place and prices range from £26.50 for the cheap seats up to £76.50 where, rumour has it, you’ll be actually sacrificed to a dragon god at the conclusion of the evening. Sweet.

Presumably, if it’s successful, Zenimax and Bethesda will keep the train rolling and bring it to the States or other places globally. Which of their soundtracks would you like to hear played live?