The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Fall in Love. Again. The Zelda Symphony Returns to Austin.

Okay, we see all of you just starting to crawl out of your Nintendo Switch fever and brush away that Breath of the Wild fog. No need to be embarrassed, though, because The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is returning to the Long Center July 7 — so shove all of your excuses aside and pick out your seats because tickets are onsale St. Patrick’s Day at 10am. And please share with us if you’re wearing a green tunic for the occasion.

Celebrating 30 years of stirring virtual adventure and memorable soundtracks — which some of us still continue to listen to recreationally — The Symphony of the Goddesses is now in its fourth season. The two-hour concert comes to life with a 66-piece orchestra, 24-person choir, and a re-imagined score that draws from requested Zelda games, including A Link Between WorldsTwilight Princess, and Majora’s Mask, with your classic Ocarina of Time and A Link to the Past thrown in for nostalgia’s sake.

For those of you who are beginning to join the Three Timer’s Club as far as the Zelda Symphony is concerned, you can look forward to seeing new music and visuals from the most recent release. For those fans who have yet to dip their toes into the symphonic Nintendo waters, this is a five-movement symphony including original music from Nintendo composers, including Koji Kondo, and recalling moments of Link conquering dungeons and running through forests. This is your chance to relive your favorite moments from the games with adventurous tunes and synced visuals for the ultimate immersive experience.

Come out in (tri) force on July 7 for Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses — cosplay encouraged! 

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