In case you're not familiar, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is a touring classical music show that presents orchestrated versions of music from The Legend of Zelda series live on stage, and it's absolutely amazing. This show has been going on for a few years now, and it's been a great success. However, Jason Michael Paul, the show's producer, would love to take things to the next level (via Gamnesia).
In a recent interview, Paul was asked if he'd be interested in giving other Nintendo games the classical treatment, and he said that ideally, he'd be able to do it for all of the games, in one sort of giant "Nintendo All Star" concert event:
"Of course, it's all on Nintendo! I've already presented these ideas for years and years. Now so hopefully I'll get my shot to be able to do that and hopefully I've done the Legend of Zelda franchise justice enough to be to be handed the torch to be able to do that because the idea of creating a Nintendo All Star concert is definitely something I would love to do. It would basically be all of Nintendo's IP being presented all in one concert, it would be phenomenal."
We're waiting on you, Nintendo. Please make this happen.
Revisit the Symphony of the Goddesses performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert below, and let us know in the comments below how excited you'd be to see this type of show with all of Nintendo's classic music.
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