Future Games invites to Retro Bar + lecture on retro games
with a focus on video game music history and development
When: January 18, 2011 between 16:00 to 21:00
Where: at Bergh Sveavägen 34 in Stockholm And it’s FREE!
The event is aimed at everyone interested in retro-gaming. FutureGames invites both players, gaming enthusiasts and the game industry.
At 16-18 David Westerlund “From Blipp-Blopp to Art Music”
Video game music’s development from primitive audio chips to the symphony orchestra in concert.
David Westerlund was born in 1979 and grew up during the golden age of video games. He quickly became an avid gamer, which, combined with great interest in music led him to fall for video game music. David began by picking out songs from the games and play them on piano, and has since followed the genre’s harmonious development with great interest. He is a trained music teacher at the Royal College of Music and now works full time as a musician, lecturer and concert promoter for Game Music Entertainment in Stockholm, and lies behind such events as the world premiere of Castlevania The Concert. http://davidwesterlund.com
at 18-21 spacebar (see enclosed poster, which you are free to spread)
After the lecture we move on to the Bergh’s Bar and play the classic arcade machines. The entire event is free – except drinks in the bar of course. You can invite all your friends – first come first served for seats during the lecture.
This part of the event is from 18 years only. If you are below 18 you are welcome to see the lecture, but you can not attend the Space Bar itself.
Many thanks to SuperMotaro who lends us their beloved arcade machines (supermotaro.se)
OSA for the SPACE BAR before january 12th!
If you want to come to this event please OSA (R.S.V.P.) by filling out this form. You have to be at least 18 years old to attend the SPACE BAR.