Yes, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Tour that has been hitting cities around North America since April 7th is going to be even better. The great news is that this already-spectacular show became even better now with the addition of a Majora’s Mask movement during the concert in the Orpheum Theater in Pheonix, Arizona.

Symphony of the Goddesses normally includes four-movement symphonies that tell the stories of Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, the Wind Waker and A Link to the Past. Link’s Awakening and Majora’s Mask have been featured as well, but now it seems that Majora’s Mask has its own dark and brooding story to be interpreted through a wonderfully talented professional orchestra. Make the jump to read more about the Symphony of the Goddesses!

In celebration of Zelda’s 25th anniversary, the Symphony of the Goddesses Tour was initiated to help fans relive the great experiences they had with the beloved franchise and to experience the games’ soundtracks in the form of a live orchestra. The new Majora’s Mask movement will be a fine addition to the concert provided there is enough time allotted for the full performance since many believe MM to have the most moving, dark and interesting story of any installment in the series. Not to mention that the in-game compositions, while they were fantastic and disturbing, were only in MIDI, therefore a fully orchestrated live performance of Majora’s Mask tunes will be everything a Zelda fan has ever dreamed of.

Here’s a little taste of the mind-blowing Symphony of the Goddesses concert at the Orpheum Theater in Vancouver.

The next performance is in Atlanta, Georgia at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center on May 12th, so there is plenty of time for residents of Georgia to buy tickets and see the Symphony of the Goddesses show with the possibility of a full-on Majora’s Mask movement. Here’s the schedule of the concerts, which will stretch until September. The orchestra will then play at Montreal, Los Angeles, Austin and Houston, making its way around the United States and Canada.

This really is outstanding news, so what do you think? Would you see one of these concerts? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.

Source: Go Nintendo

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