The Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a concert with the soundtrack to Monster Hunter, which is broadcast worldwide, on September 28. The announcement was made on Monday (30th) by Live Nation Japan and Promax Inc.
The show will be called the “Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert” and will take place at 7:00 AM (Brazilian time). It will be available on VOD (Video on Demand, in Portuguese “Vídeo Sob Demanda”) until October 11, 11:59 a.m. The focus will be on the newest title in the franchise, “Monsters Hunter Rise.”
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The premiere of Monster Hunter was held by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra in 2009, in celebration of the saga’s fifth anniversary. Since then, the ceremony has been held every year. The event was first introduced in virtual mode in 2020, and this year, it’s back in the face-to-face form, but with online submissions.
On the show schedule, the orchestra promises to deliver a musical experience as well as a visual one, featuring characters and monsters that have been praised by fans around the world. Series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto will also deliver a speech.
‘Monster Hunter Rise’ is available for the Nintendo Switch. The soundtrack can be heard on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music platforms.
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