Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda symphony concert heads to Dublin this November.
The tour will arrive in Dublin on 22nd November 2015 at The Convention Centre.
Musicians and singers from the Irish capital will perform orchestral arrangements of music from the games of The Legend of Zelda universe, accompanied by video content from the games themselves.
The highlight of the concert will be a four-movement symphony that covers key moments from the franchise. The show will combine iconic music and visuals from classic Zelda titles, including the newest game in the series, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
“We realise that The Legend of Zelda fans are all over the world, and we want to bring this multimedia experience to them, too,” said Simon Kemp, General Manager of Nintendo UK. “Game music, especially game music as iconic as Zelda, is wonderful because no matter what language or country, it’s familiar for everyone to enjoy.”
He’s not wrong you know. Here’s a taste of what you can expect.
Tickets for the Dublin performance are available now at http://www.ticketmaster.ie/event/18004E87ABF53A95.
For more information on the concert visit http://www.zelda-symphony.com.
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