Zelda Symphony Mini-Concert at Nintendo World NYC

Zelda fans from the New York City area were in for a wonderful evening last night during a special Zelda Symphony event at Nintendo World in Rockefeller Plaza NYC. The event was created by Symphony of the Goddesses producer Jeron Moore who served as the MC for the evening.

Events included an ocarina seminar with ocarina professional David "DocJazz" Ramos, a display of historic Zelda and Nintendo memorabilia, a photo opportunity with famed Link cosplayer Pikmin Link, and a one-hour concert performed by two violins, a viola, cello, bass, flute, and harp.

The ensemble was conducted by Symphony of the Goddesses conductor EĆ­mear Noone, and the arrangements were created by Chad Seiter.

Some of the arrangements were based off of the full orchestra versions of Symphony of the Goddesses tracks, but there were also a few new tracks never heard before. The entire concert was captured on video and thanks to the power of the internet, you can already check it out below!


There are still ten more Symphony of the Goddesses concerts that have been announced for this year, but be on the lookout for another tour extending into next year and beyond. Check out the official Zelda Symphony website for the full schedule.

Comments

Submitted by jitensha on Wed, 2012 Sep 19 - 01:13

I went to this event, and it was friggen awesome!! To bad they only gave out free swag to the first 25. I was 57th in line, and I believe the maximum allowed was 250-300. I know some people got turned away....It was just awesome being amongst my fellow Zelda enthusiasts <3