Your favorite film, video game, or anime may be getting a live orchestral concert soon.

Film Concerts PH, an entertainment venture that aims to stage live and in-sync orchestral accompaniments to various media, has officially launched today (May 22). Film Concerts PH is led by Mikhail Schemm, who was also involved in staging the Call Me By Your Name concert in Manila in 2018 as well as the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone concert in 2019. The Call Me By Your Name concert was the country’s first-ever ‘live-to-film’ concert, and featured the Manila Symphony Orchestra. The Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone concert was helmed by the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra.

The organization is also working in partnership with renowned Filipino conductor Gerard Salonga, who is currently the resident Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra in Kuala Lumpur. Salonga is also set to revive his Filharmonika Orchestra, which has been on hiatus for the past decade, to perform for Film Concerts PH’s various events this year.

In a press statement, Schemm shared, “Content based live experiences — whether based on film, TV, or video games — is a rapidly growing sector with new formats emerging constantly. We’re hoping to bring more exciting entertainment options to the Philippines to cater to the needs of the growing, dynamic, and youthful population.”

Film Concerts PH’s first wave of shows will be announced on the week of May 27, and tickets will be made available via Ticketworld. According to the organization, Film Concerts PH’s first lineup of shows will consist of cult movie series, kid and family favorites, video game music, anime-based concerts, and more.

More details about Film Concerts PH can be found on their Facebook here and their website here.