Czech Games Live Orchestra

Get ready for a stunning orchestral performance of soundtracks from legendary Czech games, accompanied by original video projections.

First up is the Mafia series, an iconic, landmark gem of the Czech gaming scene. The orchestral score of the original Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven, composed by Vladimír Šimůnek, has since become legendary. No less impressive are the scores of its remake, Mafia: Definitive Edition (Jim Bonney and Jesse Harlin), and its sequel, Mafia II (Matúš Široký and Adam Kuruc).

Bohemia Interactive is best known for its ARMA series of military simulation games. They feature powerful music by Ondřej Matějka and later Ján Dušek, Ondřej Konvička and others, underscoring the deadly tension felt by soldiers in a realistic setting. You can also look forward to songs from Bohemia Interactive's survival shooter Vigor and adventure game Ylands.

Last Train Home is a great success of the recently established Brno-based studio Ashborne games. A thrilling RTS experience inspired by the real-life journey of Czechoslovak legionnaires across civil war-torn Russia, its atmosphere is undeniable. What makes it even more captivating is the soundtrack, dancing between heart-pounding, adrenaline-charged action and a tense chill gripping your body as you traverse the frozen lands of Siberia.

Finally, we'll take a trip trough the dark and surreal forests of South Moravia in search of our lost daughter, accompanied by the music of Jan Kavan, one of the two authors of the psychological adventure game Someday You'll Return.

Come and enjoy all of this with us at BVV on Saturday 01. 06. 2024!

Event Details

  • Doors open: 19:00
  • Start: 20:00
  • End: 22:00


Tickets available at



No, there won’t be a recording. First of all, as organisers, we believe it's better to witness such a show in person, rather than to watch it online.

Second, buying the necessary license from Brno Philharmonic would dramatically increase the cost of the ticket.

So unfortunately, no. Suit up, invite some friends and let's enjoy a great evening in person!

No, it is strictly forbidden to create any records without the permission of the organizers.


We know it might seem fitting for the occasion, but this is still a public event, and the performers and your fellow attendees, as well as law enforcement, might not be very happy about this. So, no, please don't.

This applies to both real weapons and prop weapons.

No worries, we will keep you refreshed with plenty of beer, wine, non-alcoholic drinks and some snacks.

Plus, VIP ticket holders can look forward to a special zone with free drinks, snacks, and of course the best view of the show.