Following-up the Nintendo Wii-U launch announcement, Nintendo brought the The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses to New York City’s Nintendo World store this month.
The evening began with ocarinist David Ramos showing fans the different ocarinas used in the Zelda franchise.
Ramos brought over 10 ocarinas for fans to check out and hear him play.
He also gave a mini lesson on the the history of each ocarina, its relationship to each Zelda game and how the game controllers handled notes.
After the lesson was over, the crowd shifted the the second floor of Nintendo World, eagerly awaiting to hear some of their favorite musical compositions from the Legend of Zelda franchise.
While fans waited for the ensemble to setup, 3DS owners quickly opened up their Street Pass to add in new Miis and swap puzzles.
The seven-part musical ensemble was conducted by Eímear Noone with an introduction from music director Chad Seiter as well as show producers Jeron Moore and Jason Michael Paul.