Ever since it began touring, the Symphony of the Goddesses has become one of the most sought-after shows in America and has been demanded in almost every other country. It is safe to say the symphony is incredible, as our own Mases and Joseph verified last month, but there is the inevitability that eventually it will have to stop touring. When that happens, the question arises: what next? Louis Garcia of Bitmob sat down with the symphony’s creator, Jason Michael Paul, to ask that and other questions. Jump in to see!
In the interview, Paul discusses multiple things about the Symphony of the Goddesses, from his past works to his love for Zelda, but he also mentions some of his plans for the future. When asked about his dream compilations, he had this to say:
“My dream would be a Nintendo all-star concert where I focus solely on Nintendo properties, whether Kid Icarus or Kirby. That’s really what I want to do.
I also think The Elder Scrolls series is worthy of a concert devoted to it … and I have a close relationship with Jeremy Soule, the composer of that game. So who knows?”
You can find the rest of the interview at Bitmob, so be sure to check it out! Also, don’t forget to leave your thoughts about what you think of Paul’s plans and hopes. How would you like to see him do an all-Nintendo show, or one based on The Elder Scrolls? Let us know in the comments!