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The Symphony of the Goddesses is still as strong as ever, heading into it’s fifth year, if you can believe it. Back during the awesome celebration of the 25th anniversary of Zelda, fans were incredibly excited for this show, and betwen fans that have yet to see it, and those that are more than ready to see it again (myself included) it’s popularity is not dwindling, that’s for sure. The Symphony’s newsletter has just release a dicount code for it’s…

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tour is still running strong after a very long road, and is currently in its Master Quest tour. Many cities are full of excited fans waiting to see the show, and this week, some concert goers can grab tickets for 20% off, as well as 20% off every item in the online store! Remember, though, this sale is celebrating Black Friday, so it only lasts from November 27th to 30th! Hit…

On September 4, 2015, the Nintendo World Store hosted a preview performance of the Symphony of the Goddesses. If you weren’t able to make it, or have an ocean between you and your favorite store, KirbyGCN17’s Channel was kind enough to post a full video of what you may have missed. It’s an hour long, but the music is sure worth it…

The Symphony Of The Goddesses Orchestra has been touring the world, bringing a heroic masterpiece to theatres alike. As of the 22nd of November the orchestra is also making its way to Dublin. If you’re looking to buy tickets to the orchestra, you can check this list of venues where it will be performed to see…

The Symphony Of The Goddessess Orchestra has been touring the world bringing a heroic masterpiece to theatres alike, and as of the November 22nd the orchestra is also making it’s way to Dublin. If you’re looking to buy tickets in the orchestra, you can check this list of venues at which it will be performed to see…

Here’s some exciting news for Zelda fans in the New York area. On Friday, September 4th at 6 PM Eastern, the Nintendo World Store in New York City will be holding a special performance by “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quartet.” Alongside the performance, Nintendo World also promises an Ocarina demo, a cosplay photo op, and plenty of Zelda symphony merchandise available for purchase during the night’s events… 

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On this week’s edition of the ZeldaInformer Podcast, we celebrate passing over 200k plays within a year, Adam decides to host an episode without coffee (the results are pretty funny), and we hear some amazing gameplay stories. Your cast for this week’s episode is…

The Symphony of the Goddesses train doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon. Originally launched for the 25th anniversary back in 2011 and lasting 2 years in the original run, the show came back again for a second run titled “Master Quest” that will be running into 2016, the 30th anniversary of the Zelda series. It’s an amazing experience that I hope many of you have or plan to enjoy in the future. Today however we have some extra special news thanks to a PR news letter. The October show in New York City is going to feature music from “yet-to-be-released-games”…

Have you always wanted to see The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses in concert but never had the opportunity to go? Perhaps you’ve seen them in concert before and now hope for the chance to go again. Either way, you’re in luck! Nintendo Everything is hosting a giveaway, and you can enter to win a pair of tickets for any Zelda Symphony date worldwide. To enter the contest…

We at Zelda Informer recently shared an interview with Jason Michael Paul, producer of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. Conducted by German gaming channel 10doTV, the interview offered some interesting insights on the symphony’s production behind-the-scenes. If you were hoping to hear more, the channel also took the time to speak with Zelda Symphony conductor Amy Anderson, who shared a bit about the challenges and satisfactions of conducting and performing Zelda music live on stage…