Join Video Game Composer Yuzo Koshiro's lecture at Berns, Stockholm
The Japanese composer, arranger, and programmer, who currently serves as president of the game development company Ancient, has produced now-iconic soundtracks across a wide range of genres throughout his career, including The Revenge of Shinobi and Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Among the most notable are his scores for Streets of Rage, which were inspired by the house and techno heard at famed Tokyo clubs like Yellow in the early ‘90s and have gone on to influence artists such as Flying Lotus, Ikonika, Just Blaze, Joker, Fatima Al Qadiri and many more.
In a rare public appearance at Berns November 2, he’ll join Diggin’ in the Carts creator Nick Dwyer for a deep dive into his life’s work and a reflection on what it’s like to bring VGM compositions to life on stages around the world.
- 17:00 Doors Open
- 17:30 Lecture with Yuzo Koshiro
Ticketholders also gain access to the following concert at Berns with Diggin' In The Carts, bringing you the best video game music and a nostalgia bonanza of the 80s & 90s.
- 20:00 Concert with Diggin' In The Carts
When the concert with Diggin' In The Carts ends at around, which is around 00:00, Berns will turn into its traditional nightclub with a magnificent lineup for the night: Nightwave
All of them being well-established names within the electronic music production scene. DJ’s Nightwave, Courtesy, and Daniel Savio have all been hugely inspired by VGM (video game music), by playing these games growing up