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Andy Brick, conductor


Andy Brick

In 2003 Brick set a historic milestone by conducting the Czech National Symphony Orchestra in the world's first Symphonic Game Music concert at the Gewandhaus, Leipzig Germany to a sold-out audience. Andy wrote the fanfare to this historic concert event that featured his music for Merregnon II. He served as the principal conductor and music director of the ensuing concert series leading repeatedly sold-out performances from 2003-2008. In 2009 Andy Brick was appointed Principal Conductor and Music Director of the highly celebrated "Play! A Video Game Symphony" and served in that position until its close in 2014. In 2018 Andy created Game ON! A Mesmerizing Celebration of Symphonic Video Game Music

On January 8, 2020, after 2 years of development, Game ON! premiered with the National Symphony of the United States to a sold-out audience at the historic Kennedy Center in Washington DC.

As a champion of symphonic game music, Brick has conducted over 110 games soundtracks with orchestras including The Seattle Symphony, The National Symphony of the United States, The Czech National Symphony, The North Carolina Symphony, The Vancouver Symphony, The Oregon Symphony, The Houston Symphony, The Calgary Philharmonic, The Omaha Symphony, and others. In Print, Andy has been the featured composer in the New York Times article "A Composer Gives Video Games a Musical Life" and was the featured "Songwriter" in Billboard Magazine's article "Brick Brings Videogame Scores to Life with Orchestra" Prior to his U.S. conducting debut, Andy was selected as the featured conductor in the "Young, Gifted, and Engaged" issue of SYMPHONY Magazine.