By R.J. McKay

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – President and CEO of the Mann Center, Catherine Cahill, gives a brief preview of the “Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess Master Quest” with a live orchestra on Friday, September 18 at 8 p.m.

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“Scenes from the actual video series, starting from its very earliest origin 28-years-ago to the very current day. Expectations of video game users, different images and stories are shown on a giant video screen on the stage and a live 90 pieces orchestra and choir, who are conducted by Amy Anderson, actually accompany those scenes.”

Cahill says, “What’s particularly exciting about this year’s presentation is that there will be new scenes from “The Legend of Zelda,” a link between worlds and new music from the remake of the “The Legend of Zelda: Majura’s Mask.”

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For more information, visit: MannCenter.org