Metal Gear Orchestral Concert Series Makes its Way Stateside this Spring
The Metal Gear Orchestral Concert Series featuring Donna Burke is coming to New York on March 23 and Los Angeles on April 6.
While Metal Gear fans may not have had a (good) new game to sink their teeth into for a while now, those of you nostalgic for its soundtrack may get something out the upcoming Metal Gear Orchestral Concert Series. La Fée Sauvage confirmed that the Metal Gear Orchestral Concert would be coming to the US today, hitting New York on March 23 before working its way over to Los Angeles on April 6.
This is the first time the Metal Gear Orchestral Concert Series has played in the United States. Previously, it was performed in Paris, France on October 28, 2018. The New York concert will take place at the United Palace Theatre while the Los Angeles performance will be happening at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre.
Apparently, the performance actually features over 70 musicians on stage, all following conductor Nicholas Buc. Some of the Metal Gear songs they plan on performing are “Main Theme,” “Encounter,” and “Father and Son.” HD footage of Metal Gear games in sync with the music will also be projected onto the screen to enhance the whole experience.
The Metal Gear Orchestral Concert Series is also poised to feature singer Donna Burke, who is known for her previous work with the Metal Gear series. “The Best is Yet to Come,” “Snake Eater,” and “Heavens Divide,” will all be sung live by Donna during the concert, which should defintely be a treat for die hard fans. Those of you interested can pick up tickets for either the Los Angeles or New York performance on TicketFly.
You can check out a video from last year highlighting what you can expect from the concert. The Metal Gear Orchestral Concert Series will be coming to New York on March 23 and Los Angeles on April 6. If you’re in the mood to play a Metal Gear game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – The Definitive Experience is currently available on Amazon.
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