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Legend of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses Returns For North American Tour

by Ian Boudreau on Oct 06, 2016 at 07:16 AM

Symphony of the Goddesses, a touring symphony performance of the most iconic songs from The Legend of Zelda series, has announced a new set of North American tour dates for November through January.

The two-hour concert features a 66-piece orchestra and a 24-voice choir, plus visuals taken from and inspired by Zelda games past and present. This time around, the production company for the tour has added new video and musical arrangements from Tri Force Heroes and the Twilight Princess HD remake, as well as a brand new intermezzo from Temple of Time.

Producer Jason Michael Paul said the arrangements have been approved by Zelda franchise producer Eiji Aonuma and Nintendo composer and sound director Koji Kondo.

The Houston show on November 18 will feature a performance by David Ramos, a classically-trained musician and professional ocarina player whose YouTube channel has more than 53 million views.

Concert dates:

  • Reading, Pa., Nov. 4
  • Washington, DC, Nov. 5
  • Louisville, Ky., Nov. 10
  • Rochester, N.Y., Nov. 11
  • Chicago, Nov. 12
  • Newark, N.J., Nov. 13
  • Charleston, S.C., Nov. 17
  • Houston, Texas, Nov. 18
  • Milwaukee, Nov. 19
  • Fresno, Calif., Nov. 20
  • Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 21
  • Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 4
  • Quebec City, Quebec, Dec. 7
  • San Jose, Calif., Dec. 10
  • St. Petersburg, Fla., Dec. 16
  • Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 7
  • Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 13
  • Oklahoma City, Jan. 21

Fans can find more information and purchase tickets at the official site. You can find out more about The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses in this episode of the Game Informer Show from last year, which features an interview with show producer Jason Michael Paul.