Music in Games Society presents Video Game Music Concert!

Music, Community Events

Date & Time

Saturday, April 8 | 6:30pm - 8:00pm

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Free and open to the public

The Music in Games Society Video Game Music Concert is a collaborative project aimed at creating a dedicated space for the championing of video game music! For this concert, thirteen IU student composers have arranged their favorite video game songs for IU student performers to play in a variety of ensembles. Video games and their soundtracks are so incredibly personal to many and are an art form that captivates millions of people. This concert is for everyone, if you are a gamer, a lover of music, or anything in between!

505 W 4th St, Bloomington, IN
Doors open at 6:00pm
Free + Open to the public | All Ages

About the Organizers

Michael Klinberg has completed a BM in Violin Performance at Indiana University, where he studied with Mimi Zweig, and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Music Education. He holds a diverse career as a classical violinist, researcher, and educator. As a pedagogue, he has been teaching at the IU String Academy for four years, and in August 2020 he established his own private violin studio as a faculty member of the program. During this time he has researched convergences between video games and the classical music space, and has presented work on the subject at conferences nationally. In 2022 he founded the Music in Games Society at Indiana University, where he currently holds the office of President, and additionally received the Jacobs School of Music Innovation Grant for his video game music concert project.

The Music in Games Society is a student organization at Indiana University. Their mission is to create a space for students to express their interests by showcasing and collaborating on video game music in order to inspire connection and promote appreciation of the genre. Their goals include setting up events such as concerts centered around video game works, guest lectures with professionals in the field, and other events aimed at further awareness and promotion of video games and their music.