The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses returns to Riverside Theater for second quest
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Koji Kondo is one of Nintendo’s most notable composers, with a list of credits that includes most of the games in the Mario and Legend Of Zeldas eries over the past three decades. Now, many of his themes from the Zelda series have been condensed into Symphony Of The Goddesses, a four-movement symphony performed by a full orchestra and choir with a cinematic video presentation. Music Director Chad Seiter, who has worked on LOST and Fringe among other series, arranged Kondo’s work into a full orchestra performance, with familiar music from Ocarina Of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, Link’s Awakening, Majora’s Mask, A Link To The Past, and more.
The Symphony is scheduled to return to the Riverside Theater for an all new “second quest” Saturday, November 23. Reserved seating tickets are $39.50 and $75, and go on sale Friday, August 23 at noon.
Read our recap of the Symphony’s first stop in Milwaukee here, and look forward to a new Zelda title for the Wii U sometime in the next 8,000 years. (The HD remake of Wind Waker doesn’t count.)