Thomas Böcker
Salzgasse 6
01067 Dresden / Germany

Phone +49 351 3324029
mail@gameconcerts.com

VAT ID DE216059330



Thomas Böcker

Producer

Thomas Böcker is a pioneer in the field of symphonic video game music and probably the genre's most influential concert producer in the Western world. In 2003 he organized the first game music concert outside of Japan, performed at the Gewandhaus concert hall in Leipzig, Germany, a feat for which he was recognised by the Guinness Book of Records. Encouraged by the concert’s success he has since gone on to produce and consult on dozens of similar events all over the world.

Today, Thomas Böcker continues to work as a producer with famous orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. His work with the London Symphony Orchestra is of particular note, having produced their first ever game concert in 2013, Final Symphony, and also for touring with the London Symphony Orchestra in Japan on Final Symphony II, the first ever video game concert tour in the country by a foreign orchestra. Thomas Böcker was also behind the London Symphony Orchestra’s Abbey Road Studios recording of the bestselling Final Symphony album.

Most recently, Thomas Böcker was presented with the national Cultural and Creative Pilots award by the German Federal Government, which recognises outstanding entrepreneurs within Germany’s cultural and creative industries.

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“Thomas Böcker is the most respected concert producer
of video game music in the world.”
LEVEL magazine Sweden, issue 95

Concerts

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2017 Symphonic Odysseys Paris
2017 Symphonic Selections Paris
2017 Symphonic Selections Munich
2016 Symphonic Selections Bochum
2016 Final Symphony Auckland
2016 Symphonic Fantasies London
2016 Final Symphony San Francisco
2016 Final Symphony Baltimore
2016 Final Symphony San Diego
2016 Final Symphony II Stockholm
2016 Final Symphony Amsterdam
2016 Final Symphony II Tampere
2015 Final Symphony II Yokohama
2015 Final Symphony II Osaka
2015 Final Symphony II London
2015 Final Symphony II Bonn — music from Final Fantasy V, VIII, IX and XIII
2014 Final Symphony Tampere
2014 Symphonic Legends London — music from The Legend of Zelda
2014 Final Symphony Stockholm
2014 Final Symphony Aarhus
2014 Final Symphony Tokyo
2013 Symphonic Selections Cologne — Japanese Video Game Music
2013 Final Symphony London
2013 Final Symphony Wuppertal — music from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X
2012 Symphonic Fantasies Stockholm
2012 Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo
2011 Symphonic Odysseys Cologne — Tribute to Nobuo Uematsu
2011 LEGENDS Stockholm — music from Nintendo
2010 Symphonic Legends Cologne — music from Nintendo
2009 Symphonic Fantasies Cologne — music from Square Enix
2008 Symphonic Shades Cologne — Hülsbeck in Concert
2007 Fifth Symphonic Game Music Concert Leipzig
2006 Fourth Symphonic Game Music Concert Leipzig
2005 Third Symphonic Game Music Concert Leipzig
2004 Second Symphonic Game Music Concert Leipzig
2003 First Symphonic Game Music Concert Leipzig

Music releases

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2016 Turrican II - The Orchestral Album (Co-producer)
2015 Final Symphony — music from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X (Producer)
2013 Turrican Soundtrack Anthology (Co-producer)
2012 Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo (Producer)
2010 Symphonic Fantasies — music from Square Enix (Producer/consultant)
2008 Symphonic Shades — Hülsbeck in concert (Producer)
2008 drammatica — Yoko Shimomura (Production coordinator)
2007 Vielen Dank — Masashi Hamauzu (Production coordinator)
2004 Merregnon Soundtrack — Volume 2 (Producer)
2000 Merregnon Soundtrack (Producer)