2019-11-29 – 11:25 h
The Japanese composer Yoko Shimomura will receive the Pioneer Award in the 9th edition of the Fun & Serious Game Festival, which will be held from December 6-9, 2019 at the Bilbao Exhibition Center – BEC in Bilbao (Spain).
Known worldwide for being the music composer of the Kingdom Hearts video game saga, Shimomura began working at Capcom as soon as she graduated as a pianist from the Osaka Conservatory in 1988, mainly with arrangements of the soundtracks for Final Fight and Street Fighter II.
Throughout her 30-year career, you can find well-known titles such as Live a Live, SuperMario RPG, Parasite Eve, Legend of Mana, or Final Fantasy XV.
Yoko Shimomura will also give a talk at the festival within the Vit Talks section, on Sunday, December 8th from 12:30h to 13:00h.
More information and tickets (30 €):