Still from Untitled Goose Game - goose flapping its wings
Untitled Goose Game (2019) House House

ACMI, House House & Orchestra Victoria present

Untitled Goose Game Live


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Fri 8 & Sat 9 Jul 2022

Join everyone's favourite goose for a very special live concert performance.

Untitled Goose Game Live projects the award-winning Melbourne-made game onto our cinema screen with live accompaniment by musicians from Orchestra Victoria.

Bring the family along as our horrible goose creates chaos, calamity and hilarity in a small village, with a new arrangement of Dan Golding's soundtrack created exclusively for this performance, featuring works by classical French composer Claude Debussy. During the game, the musicians will react live to the actions of the player, making for a one-of-a-kind experience for fans of the hit videogame.

Following the performances each Friday, explore sound design and music in videogames in talks that also include advice for students passionate about music and videogames.

Saturday features a relaxed performance designed for visitors with ASD and sensory sensitivities.

About Orchestra Victoria

Orchestra Victoria is a world-class opera and ballet orchestra. With a rich history performing with opera, dance and musical theatre companies, Orchestra Victoria is dynamic and versatile, with expertise in an incredible breadth of repertoire from contemporary to classical. The performance partner of The Australian Ballet, Opera Australia and Victorian Opera, the company is committed to true collaboration, breathing life into performance on and off the stage and screen.

Production Credits

Music by – Dan Golding (adapted from Debussy’s “Préludes”)

Arranged for chamber ensemble by – Jigsaw Music

Conductor – Simon Bruckard

Piano – Laurence Matheson

Percussion – Matthew Brennan

Violin 1 – Yi Wang

Violin 2 – Monica Naselow

Viola – Paul McMillan

Cello – Zoe Wallace

Double Bass – Stuart Riley

Proudly co-presented by


Cinema 1, Level 2
ACMI, Fed Square

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Friday 8 Jul, 3.30pm

Performance + talk (careers in games and music)

After the performance, join a talk geared towards students or anyone with a passion for games and music. Explore career options and pathways with advice from professionals working in the industry.

Hosted by ACMI videogames curator Arieh Offman.

Full $25 | ACMI Member $21 | Child $18

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Friday 8 Jul, 6pm

Performance + talk (music and sound design in games)

Dive into the world of music in games and how it forms an intrinsic part of the Untitled Goose Game experience. Explore how the tradition of silent film influenced the game's composition, the challenges of adapting an existing piece of music for an interactive work and the constraints of composing for games as opposed to a linear moving image medium.

Hosted by ACMI curator Jini Maxwell.

Full $25 | ACMI Member $21 |Child $18

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Sat 9 Jul, 11am

Relaxed visit

Experience Untitled Goose Game Live in a relaxed environment suited for visitors with ASD, sensory sensitivities or anyone who would benefit from a quieter and less busy setting. The relaxed visit features:

  • adjusted lighting within the performance space
  • have reduced visitor numbers
  • have a dedicated quiet room & meltdown room.

Full $20 | ACMI Member $16 | Child $12

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Sat 9 Jul, 1pm

Performance only

Full $20 | ACMI Member $16 | Child $12


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