NieR: Orchestra Concert Tour Announced For US, London, And Bangkok
Those that have played through NieR: Automata will likely agree that one of the best parts of the game is its absolutely phenomenal OST, which has won numerous awards including Best Soundtrack at The Game Awards 2017. A NieR: Orchestra Concert Tour enjoyed 4 sold-out shows in Tokyo back in 2018, and now it has been announced that the tour is expanding to both European and US venues.
AWR Music Productions – which also produced Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY – is partnering with Square Enix for four new shows coming next year. Helmed by award-winning conductor Arnie Roth, the concert will feature vocals from soloist Emi Evans, and will also feature HD video projections depicting scenes from NieR: Automata. Here are the concert dates followed by the official description from the production company:
- Chicago, IL USA – January 24, 2020 at the Rosemont Theater
- London, UK – February 2, 2020 at the Royale Festival Hall
- Bangkok, Thailand – February 15, 2020 at the Prince Mahidol Hall
- Bangkok, Thailand – February 16, 2020 at the Prince Mahidol Hall
“These European and North American premiere concerts will be performed by full symphony orchestra and chorus, and will feature the vocal stylings of renowned soloist Emi Evans, under the direction of GRAMMY Award-winner and acclaimed conductor Arnie Roth. NieR director Yoko Taro and composer Keiichi Okabe have created HD video projections especially for these concerts, which will be projected onto giant screens throughout the performance. With these spectacular visuals, accompanied by the sonic power of over 100 musicians on stage, fans will be immersed in the world of NieR like never before!”
Those looking to purchase tickets for any of the shows can do so right here.
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