Hey Moonies! Guess what?! Sailor Moon will be brought to life by a chamber music ensemble called iconiQ. On Friday, October 10th at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, which is in Manhattan, iconiQ The Soundtrack Orchestra presents Sailor Moon Symphony: SeraSymphony Live!, an orchestral concert featuring the score from the popular 1992 anime Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon.
As a celebration of the show’s 20th anniversary, the arrangement restructures themes and background music from all five seasons of the show into a five-movement symphony, complete with a concerto performed by violinist Christina Bouey and composer-pianist Yasuhiko Fukuoka. Bobbie Lee Crow III, the Artistic Director and arranger promises performances of favorites such as “Moonlight Densetsu” and “Sailor Star Song.”
iconiQ The Soundtrack Orchestra is a flex-member chamber ensemble who pays tribute to anime, cartoon, or video game soundtracks every month with a newly-arranged medley. The “musical nerdfest’s” coupling of classical virtuosity and geek fandom has caught the ears of fans and industry professionals alike.
The concert will be held in the Mary Flagler Cary Hall inside The DiMenna Center for Classical Music at 450 West 37th Street Manhattan, New York between 9th and 10th Avenues. Tickets are $20.00 at the door. Discounted tickets are available online at http://serasymphony.peatix.com. Space is limited.
Until next time, ClubSailorMoon says see ya!