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Nintendo to release Zelda concert on YouTube

Revisit the lands of Hyrule through a symphonic adventure spanning over 35 years with one of Nintendo’s beloved video game series on the morning of Friday, February 9th, 2024 with The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert.

This 30-minute special musical performance is part of the Nintendo Live event being hosted in Tokyo, Japan and is free to watch on Nintendo of America’s YouTube channel as of 5:00 am PST (8:00 am EST) on the morning of the 9th. The orchestra will also perform a selection of music from the Splatoon series, which is to follow on Saturday, February 10th, 2024.

Throughout the previous decade, Jason Michael Paul Entertainment coordinated a traveling orchestra under The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses banner to recreate the music from the depths of the forests, wide oceans, searing deserts, desolate ruins and dungeons delighting fans worldwide. Set to footage from nearly 20 Legend of Zelda games, the concerts proved a hit, where attendees showed up in costume and cheered during their favourite arrangements.

The orchestra makes their way on stage
Orchestra warm-up during a 2012 performance at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC.

February 9th, 2024 update

Nintendo has released the video on their YouTube channel.

Sources: Twitter/X, Nintendo

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