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#1  Enviado: 13:50 04/08/2011  Editado: 11:26 11/01/2013 (1 vez)

La gira no pasará por España, el único concierto que habrá en toda Europa será en Londres el 25 de octubre  Tristeza

Zelda anniversary concert London date confirmed

Zelda concert coming to the captial in October

Nintendo has announced that a Legend Of Zelda 25th anniversary symphony concert will be held in London on 25 October.

This will be the only Zelda concert in Europe and it will take place at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo. Ticket prices for the London concert start at £33.75 and will be available from 8 August 2011 from Ticketmaster.

The concert will feature orchestral songs hand-picked by Nintendo composer Koji Kondo and his team.

A 70-piece orchestra will be joined by a choir to perform new arrangements of a variety of songs from the series' 25-year history. The concerts will be produced by Jason Michael Paul, Inc., the producers of PLAY! A Video Game Symphony, which has toured the world performing music from video games.

Nintendo has also confirmed that additional 25th anniversary activities will be announced throughout 2011.

The first Legend Of Zelda 25th anniversary symphony concert will be held in America in October with a full tour due to take place across the country in 2012.

"The Legend of Zelda series is famous for its beautiful music and we are thrilled to celebrate 25 years of memorable soundtracks from this iconic series by letting a symphony orchestra bring this music to life," said Laurent Fischer, Managing Director of Marketing & PR for Nintendo of Europe. "The symphony orchestra concert in London will allow fans from across Europe to come together and show their love for all things Zelda while enjoying a truly unique performance & experience."


Fuente: Official Nintendo Magazine

Po cierto, en Japón también habrá un solo concierto.
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#2  Enviado: 13:50 04/08/2011

Su puta madre. Gracias, Nintendo.
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#3  Enviado: 13:55 04/08/2011

No sé porque, pero no me sorprende...
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#4  Enviado: 13:57 04/08/2011  Editado: 13:59 04/08/2011 (1 vez)

Tampoco me ha sorprendido.

Y en caso de haber venido, habría sido a Madrid o a Barcelona, en cuyo caso el billete de avión me sale literalmente más caro que el de Londres xD
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#5  Enviado: 13:59 04/08/2011

No sorprende, pero jode igual.

El CD que se lo compren los londinenses.
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#6  Enviado: 14:01 04/08/2011

A mí me da un poco igual, puestos a viajar me da la mismo Barcelona, Madrid o Londres.
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#7  Enviado: 14:03 04/08/2011

Pues que lo dejaran en una gira americana y nos hacíamos las américas.

Que allí empieza en octubre en Los Ángeles y continúa con una gira por todo el país (Dios les libre de ir por todo el contienente) a lo largo de 2012.
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#8  Enviado: 14:07 04/08/2011

Con el skyward sword nos regalaban el CD con el concierto, verdad? En ese caso, no me importa tanto no poder asistir (y podría, pero me coincide en fechas con otro evento...)
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#9  Enviado: 14:09 04/08/2011

Pues a mi me sorprende, pasar por una ciudad europea no es hacer una gira. Puta mierda.
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#10  Enviado: 14:12 04/08/2011  Editado: 14:18 04/08/2011 (1 vez)

Nintendo está en banca rota, no le exijáis más gastos a la pobre.
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#11  Enviado: 14:26 04/08/2011

Nintendo en la quiebra. Confirmado por Iwata que no vienen por más países europeos porque no puede pagarle personalmente los billetes a los músicos tras su reducción de sueldo.
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#12  Enviado: 14:33 04/08/2011

Calma, calma. Sólo se hará en Londres... este año. En otoño se hace una mini-gira preliminar en Los Ángeles, Londres y Tokio. Luego en 2012 empieza la verdadera gira por todo el mundo, donde está por ver si vendrán a España o no, pero de momento lo que han anunciado sólo es para este año, así que tranquilos.
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#13  Enviado: 14:39 04/08/2011  Editado: 14:48 04/08/2011 (1 vez)

Para Hyrule-enciclo:
Creo que te equivocas, en la nota de prensa no mencionan nada de una gira en 2012, cuando en la americana si que lo hacían.

NINTENDO CELEBRATES THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LEGEND OF ZELDA™ WITH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA IN LONDON

The HMV Hammersmith Apollo in London is to host a unique The Legend of Zelda inspired concert on 25th October 2011

4th August 2011 - Nintendo is celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda video game series in style by hosting a unique symphony concert in London. The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert Tour will stop off in London for a one-off European date, playing music from the iconic series. The European concert (en singular) will be held on 25th October 2011 at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo in London, and will include songs hand-picked by Nintendo composer Koji Kondo and his team. Ticket prices for the London concert start at £33.75 and will be available starting on 8th August 2011 from www.ticketmaster.co.uk / www.zelda-symphony.com

“The Legend of Zelda series is famous for its beautiful music and we are thrilled to celebrate 25 years of memorable soundtracks from this iconic series by letting a symphony orchestra bring this music to life,” said Laurent Fischer, Managing Director of Marketing & PR for Nintendo of Europe. “The symphony orchestra concert in London will allow fans from across Europe to come together and show their love for all things Zelda while enjoying a truly unique performance & experience.”

A 70-piece orchestra will be joined by a choir to perform new arrangements of a variety of songs from the series’ 25-year history. The concerts will be produced by Jason Michael Paul, Inc., the producers of PLAY! A Video Game Symphony, which has toured the world performing music from video games.

“The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert Tour brings one of the video game industry’s most exciting and enduring franchises to the concert hall and presents what we feel is the definitive concert experience for the series,” said executive producer Jason Michael Paul. “It’s an event that fans and music aficionados won’t want to miss.”

In celebration of 25 years of The Legend of Zelda series Nintendo recently released The Legend of Zelda™: Ocarina of Time 3D for Nintendo 3DS™ which is a completely remastered version of the classic title. The game now incorporates 3D graphics, as well as a brand new control scheme which utilises the functionalities of Nintendo 3DS. Zelda fans should also look out for The Legend of Zelda™: Skyward Sword available on Wii™ later this year which makes full use of the Wii Remote™ Plus controller to guide Link on his quest to rescue Princess Zelda. Additional 25th anniversary activities will be announced throughout 2011.

For more information about the concerts, visit www.zelda-symphony.com

For more information about The Legend of Zelda visit www.thelegendofzelda.co.uk


La nota de prensa americana, para comparar:

NINTENDO CELEBRATES 25 YEARS OF THE LEGEND OF ZELDA WITH SYMPHONY CONCERT

First Concert Will Be Oct. 21 in Los Angeles, Followed by Full Tour in 2012

REDMOND, Wash., July 21, 2011 – Nintendo is celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda™ video game series in style. The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert will be held Oct. 21 at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, and will include songs from the iconic series hand-picked by Nintendo composer Koji Kondo and his team. A full concert tour for The Legend of Zelda will launch in 2012. Ticket prices for the Los Angeles concert start at $35 and will be available starting Aug. 1 at http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0B0046F3F2235ED2.

"The Legend of Zelda has few peers in the pantheon of video game giants, and the games and their music have always shared a deep connection," said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. "Through these concerts, fans nationwide will be able to gather and show their love for the quarter century of action, adventure and excitement that The Legend of Zelda games have brought to their lives."

A 70-piece orchestra will be joined by a choir to perform new arrangements of a variety of songs from the series' 25-year history. The concerts will be produced by Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc., the producers of PLAY! A Video Game Symphony, which has toured the world performing music from video games.

"The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert Tour brings one of the video game industry's most exciting and enduring franchises to the concert hall and presents what we feel is the definitive concert experience for the series," said executive producer Jason Michael Paul. "It's an event that fans and music aficionados won't want to miss."

Nintendo's celebration of the 25th anniversary includes many elements. On June 19, Nintendo released The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time™ 3D game for the Nintendo 3DS™ system, while The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword game for the Wii™ console is planned for this holiday season. In September, Nintendo is offering the multiplayer fun of The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords as a free gift to fans. Fans can download a Nintendo DSiWare™ version of the game using their Nintendo DSi™ or Nintendo DSi XL™ systems, or by accessing the Nintendo eShop with a Nintendo 3DS system (wireless broadband Internet access required for download). Additional 25th anniversary activities will be announced throughout 2011.

For more information about the concerts, visit http://www.zelda-symphony.com.
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#14  Enviado: 15:26 04/08/2011

Esta frase lo deja claro

The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert Tour will stop off in London for a one-off European date, playing music from the iconic series. The European concert will be held on the 25th of October 2011 at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo in London
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#15  Enviado: 16:07 04/08/2011

Pues qué raro, pero os aseguro que los conciertos no se limitan a estos tres de otoño. Esto es lo que leí en Original Sound Version, que es lo mismo que he leído luego en otros sitios:

SDCC 2011: Zelda 25th Anniversary Concert Tour Details

Nintendo recently gave out some basic information about the upcoming Zelda concert tour that was announced at E3. The tour will be hitting North America on October 21 at the Panages Theater in Los Angeles with ticket prices starting at $35. At Comic Con this past weekend, however, I had the chance to speak with Bill Trinen, a product marketing manager at Nintendo, regarding the concerts and got a few more details about the tour.

As it turns out, the shows in October, referred to by Trinen as the “25th Anniversary concerts,” will hit Los Angeles, Tokyo, and an undetermined European city, and should be thought of as an entirely separate entity from the 2012 tour that will be headed up by JMP Productions. Kondo had already been planning the October shows, and it’s likely that the set lists will differ from the global tour that’s set to start in 2012.  It hasn’t been decided yet as to whether or not video screens will be featured as a part of the show or how long the tour will last, but Nintendo is at least committed to supporting it through 2012.

In the meantime, head over to the tour’s official website to hear a streaming sample. What do you think of the two seemingly-separate concerts, and will you be making it out to the October concerts or waiting for the full-scale tour to hit your town?

Fuente: OSV


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