Construction Advisory - Construction on the Abravanel Hall plaza may affect where you choose to park and enter the venue. Click here for details

Video Games Live

Sept 6 | 11:00AM and 8:00 PM Abravanel Hall

Emmanuel Fratianni , Conductor
Snow College Cadence Choir

Tommy Tallarico, Host, Creator, Producer, Guitar
Steve Meredith, Cadence Choir Music Director
Matt Yelton, Audio Engineer
Mike Runice, Video Operator
Chad Gore, Lighting Director
Cesar Solorio, Production & Stage Manager

BRAND NEW SHOW!  Including new segments from Final Fantasy, Warcraft, Skyrim, Shadow of the Colossus, Journey, Tetris, Mass Effect, Mega Man, the WORLD PREMIERE of Lord of the Rings Online AND MANY MORE!!

Generating sold out halls all over the nation, this phenomenon is returning to Salt Lake City with a new show! Take a musical voyage from the genesis of gaming to the best current favorites. Visit videogameslive.com for more about this program.

Utah Symphony will perform along with exclusive video footage and music arrangements, synchronized lighting, solo performers, electronic percussionists, live action and unique interactive segments to create an explosive entertainment experience.

Local composer Chance Thomas’ original composition, “Theme for Rohan” from the Lord of the Rings Online will be premiered, with Mr. Thomas guest conducting during both shows.

RVSP on Facebook for special announcements and to help us build the set list for the concert.

11 AM Performance - https://www.facebook.com/events/643381962376975/

8 PM Performance - https://www.facebook.com/events/1411719855751148/




Video Games Live!

Saturday, Sep 6

11 AM at Abravanel Hall


Video Games Live!

Saturday, Sep 6

8 PM at Abravanel Hall


Create your own series package and save up to 25% off single ticket prices!


Emmanuel FratianniAwarded a visiting artist visa by the United States in 2000, Emmanuel Fratianni arrived in Los Angeles to become a sought after conductor, composer, pianist and music team member in the Hollywood film, television, music and video game industries as well as the concert world. An award-winning  composer, his work has been performed by some of the finest and most recorded orchestras in the world, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. In the US Emmanuel Fratianni has guest conducted the Houston Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Utah Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra at Wolf Trap as well as the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Hall.  Around the world he has guest conducted orchestras such as the Royal Scottish National Symphony, The Malaysian Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra of Chile and in Asia the Beijing Opera and Performing Art Orchestra. Emmanuel is currently principal conductor and music director of the acclaimed international symphonic tour Video Games Live.  Emmanuel’s debut on the Billboard Top-Ten in 2008 with EMI Classics Video Games Live, Vol.1 soundtrack album (as composer, conductor, orchestrator) cemented his status in the classical/crossover orchestral world.  His numerous awards and credits as a composer and collaborator include “Soundtrack of the Year” by Play Magazine for the score toAdvent Rising, one GANG Award and five GANG Nominations.



$15 tickets for youth 18 and younger are available for the 11 AM performance. Call 801-533-6683 to purchase.

Student All-Access Pass
Students of any age can purchase a $49 Student All-Access Pass and attend as many performances as they’d like in our season. Learn more >>

Discounted Tickets for Patrons 30 or Younger
Due to high demand, discounted tickets to this performance for patrons 30 or younger are only available in advance through the Youth or Upbeat Design-A-Series packages. If the performance does not sell out in advance, patrons ages 30 or younger may purchase discounted tickets on the day of the performance by visiting the Abravanel Hall Ticket Office or calling 801-533-6683.

Upbeat Design-A-Series (for patrons ages 18 – 30)
Youth Design-A-Series (for patrons ages 8 – 17)