Ever played one of the Legend of Zelda games? If yes, then you probably are familiar with the beautiful, moving, music that accompanies the game. Well…guess what? Wednesday of next week, July 25th, at The Mann Center at 5201 Parkside Ave, you’ll have the chance to listen to the amazing soundtracks from the games performed onstage by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and the Philadelphia Singers Chorale. The concert is called Symphony of the Goddesses, and the entire concert is completely filled with Legend of Zelda music.
Tickets range from 20 dollars to 95 dollars, and the concert will feature a complete 4 movement symphony. Most of the Legend of Zelda’s games have soundtracks composed by Koji Kondo, the legendary videogame composer. Featuring live music accompanied by lush visuals, the concert promises to be amazing. Concertgoers in cosplay are also welcome, according to reviews of past shows.
Having gone to other videogame concerts such as Video Games Live and Distant Worlds, I would love to check out Symphony of the Goddesses. However, I’m out of country so I can only pass on the word. Going to the concert? Planning on debuting a cosplay? Comment and let me know!
For tickets and more information, check out the official page here.