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By Abigail Matheson | February 24, 2017 | Culture
Game of Thrones leaps off of the small screen and onto the big stage.
“I wanted to make [the concert experience] a journey,” says Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi of the immersive live spectacle that brings the sights and (live) sounds of the Seven Kingdoms to the TD Garden this March. “The show has so many locations and a sense of adventure—I aim for the music to reflect that.”
Grab your sword, mount your dragon, and prepare yourself: Game of Thrones is coming to Boston. The hit TV show’s acclaimed original scores have been compiled into a “live concert experience” that flies into TD Garden this spring. Starring the series’ Grammy and Emmy award–nominated composer, Ramin Djawadi, a proud alumnus of the Berklee College of Music, the immersive spectacle will feature a full orchestra, drum corps, and choir.
“I wanted to make [the experience] a journey,” says Djawadi. “The show has so many locations and a sense of adventure. I aim for the music to reflect that.” Performing show highlights from the classic, introductory “Main Title Theme” to Djawadi’s latest creation, Season 6’s “Light of the Seven,” the formidable musicians will bring the Seven Kingdoms’ sounds to life; thanks to cutting-edge video projections and light shows, its sights will burst forth, as well.
“By combining the music with state of the art [imaging] technology, we are going to bring [all of ] the astonishing world of Westeros to fans in a live and unique concert experience,” says Djawadi. A statement the Starks and Lannisters could both agree on. March 6 at TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, 617-624-1050
IMAGES COURTESY OF GAME OF THRONES LIVE CONCERT EXPERIENCE
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