Video Games Classics

Video Games Classics
05 Apr 2019
Esplanade Concert Hall

The Irish Queen Of Games Music
Behold! The SSO presents the Irish Queen of Games Music, Eímear Noone, in a grand musical party of Video Games Classics! The award-winning composer and conductor, responsible for such fan favourites as "Malach" from World of Warcraft, will be joined by the Singapore Symphony Youth Choir in a journey of fantastic tunes from the rich worlds of World of Warcraft, The Legend of Zelda, Skyrim, Final Fantasy and Tetris. When past and present collide, the fate of all worlds hangs in the balance.

If you have ever battled wolves at the gates of Draenor or helped Link rescue Princess Zelda then chances are you’ve been moved by the music of Eímear Noone - The Times



  1. Eímear Noone, conductor
  2. Victoria Songwei Li, soprano
  3. Jade Tan, mezzo-soprano
  4. Singapore Symphony Youth Choir
  5. Wong Lai Foon, choirmaster



  1. Copland
    Fanfare for the Common Man
  2. World of Warcraft Medley with chorus(5’)
  3. Holst
    Mars, the Bringer of War from The Planets
  4. Wesker Battle from Resident Evil
  5. Debussy  (arr. Cailliet)
    Clair de Lune
  6. Mozart
    Confutatis Maledictus from Requiem in D minor, K.626
  7. Jeremy Soule 
    Skyrim (with chorus)
  8. Stravinsky
    Finale from The Firebird Suite
  9. Mussorgsky  (orch. Rimsky-Korsakov)
    Night on Bald Mountain
  10. Kingdom Hearts
  11. Beethoven      
    Gewitter, Sturm from Symphony No.6 "Pastoral"
  12. Tommy Tallarico
    Advent Rising (with chorus and soprano)
  13. ​​​​Malach from World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor
  14. Liberi Fatali from Final Fantasy VII, with chorus
  15. Tetris Opera (Korobeiniki) with chorus and soprano
  16. Orff
    O Fortuna from Carmina Burana


Standard Tickets: $98, $68, $48, $38, $28

Admission Advice:

  1. No admission for infants-in-arms and children below 6 years of age.
  2. Latecomers may expect to be admitted after Fanfare for the Common Man (3'). Subject to change at the discretion of the performers.