St. Petersburg, FL -- When you think of the Florida Orchestra, you probably think of music from Bach, Beethoven, maybe even Broadway.
Friday night, however, was a chance for music lovers to engage their inner gaming geek.
World of Warcraft was just one of the Video Games Live selections.
Video game composer Tommy Tallarico helped create the 120-musicianshow featuring music from games like Sonic the Hedgehog, Mario Brothers, Zelda, and Halo combining interactive games with music at the Mahaffey Theater-- one of 50 shows worldwide.
Tallarico has been a video gamecomposer for more than 20 years working on music for games like Tony Hawk Pro Skater and James Bond.
He told 10 News that Video Games Live is a show for everyone with the excitement of a rock concert.It's an opportunity for young people to appreciate the symphony. The show started 10 years ago and Friday's performance was the first in St. Petersburg.