Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Returns for ‘Second Quest’ – Interview with Executive Producer, Jason Michael Paul
Thursday, 20 June 2013 19:00 | Written by Matthew Williams |
Previous attendees of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert series know the pure excitement that unfolds when a professional orchestra takes the stage to play one of gaming’s most beloved franchises. If you missed the first musical experience, now is the time to catch it. Coming back for its ‘Second Quest’, the tour is back for another season – complete with fresh musical content from many of your favorite Legend of Zelda games (including Skyward Sword!).
I recently got to interview the Executive Producer, Jason Michael Paul, about his thoughts on the concert series and the new content it plans to deliver. The full interview can read in its entirety below.
A big thanks to Jason Michael Paul for providing his insight throughout this interview.
Friday, 17 August 2012 01:08 | Written by Matthew Williams |
Legend of Zelda fans know that if there's one thing that truly makes this video game series spectacular, it's the music. How can you make the musical experience of an established series even better? Develop a live concert that tells the franchise's story through four movements played by professional musicians. The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour does exactly this.
On June 22nd, I was given the honor to interview Jeron Moore (Lead Creative/Showrunner/Producer) and Chad Seiter (Music Director) during the Austin, TX show regarding their experiences on the concert and about the Legend of Zelda series in general. Jeron and Chad, both avid fans of the series, had much to say. The full interview can be read by clicking the button below (Image courtesy of Derek Brad).
Wednesday, 27 July 2011 08:11 | Written by Matthew Williams |
A week ago, I was honored with the opportunity to interview Mr. Masashi Hamauzu, creative composer behind Final Fantasy XIII. Hamauzu, working alongside Arnie Roth and Susan Calloway, made a guest appearance in Houston during the Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy concert tour. Masashi has worked with Square Enix for quite a while and alongside other creative masterminds such as Nobuo Uematsu. During the interview, I asked him several questions regarding his experiences with Square Enix, his journey into how he became such an established composer, and his thoughts about the gaming industry in general.
The full interview can be read in its entirety by clicking the button below.