The Zelda Symphony Of The Goddesses Makes A Stop In Toronto

LISTEN Toronto! The Zelda Symphony Of The Goddesses makes its first 2017 stop in the city tomorrow.

The Zelda Symphony Of The Goddesses is a touring concert that brings the popular Nintendo franchise, The Legend of Zelda, to fans in a way that’s different than what they’ve experienced in the games. One of the most iconic aspects of the franchise that resonate with fans is the music from the titles, that are either played by an orchestra or inspired by it. The Symphony brings the beloved music to life with a live orchestra that is accompanied with projects to awaken fans’ favourite moments from the franchise. Not only is this a celebration of the music of Zelda but it’s a direct collaboration with the team that brought that music to the games. The music performed at the concerts has been directly approved by the franchise’s producer Eiji Aonuma and Nintendo’s composer and sound director Koji Kondo (who has worked on The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros). The concert will include melodies from The Wind Waker, Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Breath of the Wild and more.

If you’re in Toronto and want to get your tickets to see the show, you better act quick as they are sold out. You can head to Ticket Master and try to get tickets. If you’re heading to the show be sure to show your Zelda pride as some fans even cosplay when attending. The Zelda Symphony Of The Goddesses takes place tomorrow, Friday Sep 15 at 8:00 p.m. at The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.