This past weekend, Video Games Live came to Yale university in Connecticut and performed with the Yale Symphony Orchestra. In a show that organizers said sold out Yale's Woolsey Hall faster than any other concert in recent memory, Video Games Live put together a special Castlevania arrangement to make use of the hall's famous pipe organ. Built in 1903, the 3-story Newberry pipe organ is impressive to see -- and even more impressive to hear (and feel). 1UP was on hand and took some video of the rare event for you to see here. And while it's nowhere near as awe inspiring as it was seeing the performance live, it should give you a sense of what the 3,000 in attendance were treated to. Enjoy!