The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses | Durham Performing Arts Center | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week

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The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses

When: Thu., Sept. 10, 8 p.m. 2015

While most area music nerds are taking in the first night of Hopscotch, another sect of nerd-dom will find an evening full of orchestrated music from The Legend of Zelda. We’re talking a 90-piece orchestra and choir, known as Symphony of the Goddesses, performing a wide range of selections by legendary gaming composer Koji Kondo and his team. Die-hard fans know this music played an integral part in each game since the first installment in 1986—remember the recorder that was used to warp between areas of Hyrule? Later titles swapped the recorder for an ocarina, which Link uses to distort time, befuddle enemies and open secret passageways. Have some tissues on hand, because there shouldn’t be a dry eye in the house when “Zelda’s Lullaby” hits during the Ocarina of Time medley.—Andrew Martin

Price: $51.38-$121.25

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