The Hero of Time has returned… to Hollywood!
If you’re a Nintendo fan, you’ve probably spent a couple hours playing as a little man in a green cap.
Whether you rocked the Dark World it on the Super Nintendo or slashed your way through Hyrule on a Wii, The Legend of Zelda remains an iconic piece of video game history. Everything about this franchise is outstanding: the story, the characters, the gameplay, the fictional world…. it’s all top-notch.
But perhaps the most iconic aspect of The Legend of Zelda is its music.
On October 21, a 70-piece orchestra will perform new arrangements of a variety of songs from the series’ 25-year history at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.
From the official website…
“Nintendo is celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda™ video game series in style. THE LEGEND OF ZELDA 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert will include songs from the iconic series hand-picked by Nintendo composer Koji Kondo and his team.
“A 70-piece orchestra will be joined by a choir to perform new arrangements of a variety of songs from the series’ 25-year history. The concerts will be produced by Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc., the producers of PLAY! A Video Game Symphony, which has toured the world performing music from video games.
“‘THE LEGEND OF ZELDA 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert brings one of the video game industry’s most exciting and enduring franchises to the concert hall and presents what we feel is the definitive concert experience for the series,‘ said executive producer Jason Michael Paul. ‘It’s an event that fans and music aficionados won’t want to miss.'”
[Source: Zelda Symphony]