On 10th January, 2012, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will kick of the Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary concert series. Tickets are going to cost between nineteen dollars and one-hundred fifteen dollars, and through 30th November Club Nintendo members get a fifteen percent discount. Additional performance dates will be announced in the future.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will be performing orchestral arrangements of iconic music from the game’s long history. This new concert series will go on tour across the United States in 2012 as The Legend of Zelda:Symphony of the Goddesses. The concert series will be directed by Irish conductor Eimear Noone. The concert will also pair together iconic music and some of the gorgeous visuals from the Zelda titles including the latest installment of the series, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for the Nintendo Wii.
“The love that fans feel for The Legend of Zelda series cannot be overstated,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “In 2012, we want to give people across the country a chance to come together and enjoy the music from the games that mean so much to so many.”
“The Legend of Zelda is as close to our hearts as it is for the fans,” said Jeron Moore, Producer for Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. “The tour will be something both fans of the franchise and music enthusiasts alike won’t want to miss.”