'Game of Thrones' Live Concert Experience Goes To Key Arena At Seattle
The "Game of Thrones" Live Concert Experience is a concert tour based on the critically acclaimed HBO epic fantasy series "Game of Thrones" featuring composer Ramin Djawadi. And if you are a "Game of Thrones" fan and you lived in Seattle, you can attend the "Game of Thrones" Live Concert Experience.
According to Key Arena, the "Game of Thrones" Live Concert Experience will be held on March 31 at the KeyArena in Seattle. Ramin Djawadi is the composer of the show's score along with a full orchestra and choir are using state of the art technology to provide the fans the musical journey through the realm of Westeros.
Djawadi's meticulously constructed music highlighted the emotional weight of key moments between beloved characters, lent scale to massive battle sequences or brought to life songs referenced in the books. Djawadi's title track alone instantly grabbed the fans of the HBO series and recognized as a pop culture phenomenon in its own right.
According to The New York Times, the "Game of Thrones" Live Concert Experience also happened on March 7 at the Madison Square Garden with a crowd of more than 16,000. The live performance showed their 28 signature compositions accompanied with scenes from the show displayed on an enormous LED screens for more than two hours.
To capture the "Game of Thrones" vibe, effects like confetti snow, smoke, sparks and "dragon" fire are added. The actor that played as Brandon Stark briefly appeared and greeted the crowd.
The "Game of Thrones" Live Concert Experience is conducted by Djawadi along with more than 50 local musicians and choral singers. Djawadi was an excellent host, conducting the orchestra and occasionally slipping off to play a hammered dulcimer or an organ.
For the "Game of Thrones" Live Concert Experience tour, the instruments were specifically created like the 14-foot "wildling" horn, named after the Free Folk, a nomadic people from beyond the wall. The concert was closed with a medley of "Winter Has Come" and "Winds of Winter."© 2021 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.