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The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest
Show date: Saturday, August 6, 2016
Show time: 8 p.m.
Tickets start at $47.68
Walt Disney Theater
The triforce has been completed with the highly-anticipated, global concert tour of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest. The acclaimed concert will return to Dr. Phillips Center and regale fans with a truly unique experience, from one of the most beloved game franchises ever. Audiences can expect to experience awesome new inclusions from A Link Between Worlds, the most recently released The Legend of Zelda game. Never before performed scores accompanied by new gameplay imagery, will appear for the first time ever in “Master Quest,” though fans will still be treated to the show’s now-classic repertoire from seasons past.
Those new to Symphony of the Goddesses will also have the opportunity to experience the beautifully orchestrated four-movement symphonic work from last season, which chronicles fan-favorite moments from the franchise’s rich and storied history, carefully and expertly timed with a gorgeous, larger than life video presentation.
Meet & Greet Package
The best seats in the house
Post Show Meet & Greet with Producer and Conductor
Limited Edition Printed Poster
Orlando Philharmonic executive director David Schillhammer takes a bow, exiting after 15 years. He made some big moves during his tenure, moving operations to the Plaza Live (they’re in the middle of renovating as we write this) and securing impressive new music director Eric Jacobson. We can’t wait to hear Schillhammer’s next release.
High five, Orlando and St. Petersburg! Both cities earned perfect scores in the Human Rights Campaign annual Municipal Equality Index, which scores cities on LGBT inclusion and equality. Tampa did well, too, earning a solid 95 percent.
Tampa and Tallahassee are the top two cities in Florida for LGBT equality, according to a study released by the Human Rights Campaign and the Equality Federation Institute on Nov. 19. The second annual Municipal Equality Index is a nationwide evaluation of municipal law.
Categories include: non-discrimination laws, relationship recognition, municipal services, law enforcement, relationships with the LGBT community and how the city treats its LGBT employees.