Ever since the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda series, Jason Michael Paul Productions has been producing The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses in places all across the globe. The concerts have been received successfully throughout the years, but the symphony’s producer isn’t content to stop there. In a recent interview, he revealed his desire to craft a “Nintendo All Star” symphony that would showcase all of Nintendo’s major franchises in one big concert!

In an interview, Paul was asked what is was like to create music for the newer games in the
Zelda series. Naturally, as the conversation developed, he was eventually asked if he had any interest in making a symphonic tribute to all of Nintendo.

“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.” — Jason Michael Paul, Symphony of the Goddesses producer

Would you be interested in seeing the talented team that has brought fans the Symphony of the Goddesses take on a full Nintendo-themed symphony? Have you seen the Symphony of the Goddesses yourself? With upcoming shows this year, there seems to be quite a lot to get excited about in terms of live renditions of Nintendo classics!

Source: Vooks

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