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Tune In to The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert on February 9th

The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert 2024

Developer and publisher Nintendo has announced that a pre-recorded broadcast of an orchestra concert of¬†The Legend of Zelda¬†will go live on February 9th (Friday) at 8:00 AM ET/ 5:00 AM PT. Too early for you to catch it? Don’t worry, you can listen to it on demand through the official Nintendo of America YouTube channel after it goes live.

Selected tracks from the first¬†Zelda¬†title up to the latest one will be performed. The song lineup wasn’t listed, but I’m guessing we’re going to hear popular themes from¬†Tears of the Kingdom,¬†Breath of the Wild,¬†A Link to the Past,¬†Ocarina of Time, and more.

In 2023, a 45-minute on-stage performance was held every day of the Nintendo Live 2023 Seattle event. The orchestra played quite a few Zelda tracks.

The Legend of Zelda Orchestra at Nintendo Live 2023

Zelda¬†music always makes an appearance here at RPGFan, from¬†soundtrack reviews to¬†Rhythm Encounter¬†recordings. If you’re hungry for more, check out our podcast page and browse through several playlists. Spoiler alert, the latest Rhythm episode has a¬†Breath of the Wild¬†track picked.

Last year, Nintendo released the Switch-exclusive Tears of the Kingdom. It is the sequel to one of the greatest games of all time, and it might also be one of the greatest games of all time, according to Jonathan Logan in his detailed review.

For more updates on your favorite The Legend of Zelda orchestra events, stay tuned here at RPGFan!

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Tin Manuel

Tin Manuel

Tin is a Graphic Designer by the day & an adventurer in whatever game she is playing at night. She gets giddy talking about RPG games (specifically JRPGs), new releases, and loves almost every female protagonist. She loves animals but has a great fondness towards pugs & shibas. She’s forgetful at times but she will never forget Aerith’s death in 480p.

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