Here in Montreal we have a pretty big obsession with video games.
If you've ever played video games, you knows that the music is a huge part of every game.
It sets the tone for the level, it lays down the proper atmosphere, and it even helps you focus on the task at hand.
In fact, video game music is so good at helping you focus, people actually use it to study better.
No video game has ever had a more epic score than The Legend of Zelda series. In fact, in the first 3D version of the game Ocarina of Time, music played a very important role.
You actually had to learn to play several songs on an ocarina in order to beat the game.
To celebrate this world renowned game score, the OJV (Orchestre de Jeux Video) will be hosting an Legend of Zelda Concert on June 17th at the Salle Marguerite-Bourgeoys.
Prepare yourselves for an epic visual concert experience featuring all your favorite music and videos from Ocarina of Time.
Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students. The June 11th performance had already been sold out and there are only about 150 tickets left for July 17th, so hurry up or you'll be missing out.