National Symphony Orchestra to Perform The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of The Goddesses

The National Symphony Orchestra will be performing several notable pieces from the Legend of Zelda franchise in July.

Recently announced via Wolf Trap, the National Symphony Orchestra is set to perform The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild as part of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, which will also include music from other games in the series. The concert will be held on July 22 at the Filene Center in Washington D.C. 

Where typical sit-in orchestra performances often don't include the audience in the performance, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses will instead allow the audience to participate in the performance. 

The announcement encourages audience members to dress the part by donning their best cosplay attire. On top of that, footage from various games in The Legend of Zelda franchise will be projected in the performing arts center as the orchestra plays. 

The National Symphony Orchestra has been performing music from The LoZ franchise since 2011, and they are also scheduled to perform music from the Harry Potter series, as well as Jurassic Park, in the future. 


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Published Jun. 11th 2020

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