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Xbox, Sydney Youth Orchestra, Paul Glass celebrate 20 years of Halo

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Xbox ANZ, the Sydney Youth Orchestra and Paul Glass have celebrated 20 years of Halo with a striking arrangement of music from the storied franchise.

The Sydney Youth Orchestra played alongside Kamilaroi Man Paul Glass as part of the collaboration with Xbox Australia and New Zealand. The arrangement — shown in the video below — was played at the Royal Botanical Gardens, which sits on Gadigal Land and features stunning views of the Sydney Harbour and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

“Australia has always had a deep love for Halo and Xbox, so it’s been great to not only celebrate the 20th anniversary of this brand and iconic franchise, but the upcoming launch of Halo Infinite on December 9,” said Xbox Business Lead for ANZ, Tania Chee.

Happy anniversary, Xbox and Halo!

Halo Infinite heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series S & X from 8 December, also part of Xbox Game Pass.

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