Mar 2013 in News

Happy New Year everyone!

Those of you who follow the posts on my facebook Fan Page have surely noticed my recent performances with a group called The Video Game Orchestra.
I have received a lot of interest and many questions about this, so I wanted to share here on my blog!

The VGO describes themselves as, “a Boston-based group that performs its own “rockestral” arrangements of music from popular video games with a rock band, orchestra, and choir!”
This group is made up of genuinely talented, gracious and kind musicians who I am grateful to have the honor to work with!

I was called to perform as a featured soloist with the “VGO” at their amazing Boston Symphony Hall performance, which culminated the end of their successful Kickstarter campaign. (See clips below)
I have since performed with the group at AnimeUSA and MAGfest. Every performance is a complete blast. The energy in the crowd is always amazing and I have had such a great time singing songs that mean so much to many people.
I know when I hear anything from Mario Bros. I turn into a 10 year old again, all giddy and excited, so I can relate!

I will be performing with them again this February and am looking foreword to it.
I am attaching a few photos and video clips from these performances. Enjoy!

Video Links:
Build That Wall

Still Alive

Snake Eater

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