The producer of The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses has said that the forthcoming concert will offer fans "an extraordinary glimpse into the spellbinding world of Zelda through the lens of world-class orchestral music."
The Symphony Of The Goddesses is coming to London's Hammersmith Apollo in May and Jason Michael Paul is excited to be bringing the tour to London again following the amazing 25th anniversary concert in 2011.
"The response in 2011 for The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony was unparalleled, so it's exciting to return with a brand new experience for both loyal and new fans," said Paul whose production company is behind the concerts. "This concert program is an extraordinary glimpse into the spellbinding world of Zelda through the lens of world-class orchestral music. We are honored to bring this unique experience to this great city."
The concert will see classic music from the Zelda games being performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir who will be conducted by Eímear Noone. The music has been arranged by music director Chad Seiter and overseen by legendary Nintendo composer Koji Kondo while the evening will be hosted by concert producer and lead creative Jeron Moore.
As for the music, the four-part movement focuses on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, and A Link to the Past but you can also expect to hear tunes from Link's Awakening and Majora's Mask.
One more thing: we're told that cosplay is encouraged so bring your green hat! Tickets are still available for the concert from the Hammersmith Apollo website, starting at £38.50.