NieR orchestral concert tour announced, includes new episode written by Taro Yoko

NieR orchestral concert tour announced, includes new episode written by Taro Yoko

NieR orchestral concert tour

Square Enix and AWR Music Productions have announced the NieR:Orchestra Concert 12024 [the end of data]an orchestral concert tour featuring music from the RPG series.

The new orchestral concert series has tourdates around the world and will kick off in January 2024. Fans can expect not only live musical performances by an orchestra with vocalists Emi Evans and J’nique Nicole, but also a new episode written by Yoko Taro with recorded readings from NieR: Automata main characters 2B and 9S.

Here’s a rundown on the new concert series, plus a teaser trailer:

Glory to Mankind!

The live music experience of the NieR series lives on! AWR Music Productions is proud to partner with legendary video game developer SQUARE ENIX to present a phenomenal multimedia production: NieR:Orchestra Concert 12024 [the end of data].

With symphony orchestra and chorus under the direction of conductor Eric Roth, the performance features the solo vocals of original NieR series singers Emi Evans and J’nique Nicole, as well as a specially created program with HD video projections from NieR series director Yoko Taro and compose Keiichi Okabe.

In addition, the concert features a recorded reading by 2B (voiced by Kira Buckland) and 9S (voiced by Kyle McCarley) in a new episode written by director Yoko Taro.

Immerse yourself in the NieR universe like never before!

Key Staff

  • Producer – Yosuke Saito
  • Conductor – Arnie Roth
  • Conductor – Eric Roth
  • Vocalist – Emi Evans
  • Vocalist – J’nique Nicole
  • Compose – Keiichi Okabe
  • Director – Yoko Taro

Tour dates

  • Los Angeles – January 24, 2024 (Peacock Theater)
  • Chicago – February 3rd, 2024 (Rosemont Theater)
  • Berlin – February 10th, 2024 (Tempodrom)
  • Barcelona – February 17th, 2024 (Auditor Forum)
  • Paris – February 23rd, 2024 (Palais Des Congres)
  • Bangkok – March 16th, 2024 (Prince Mahidol Hall)
  • Orlando – March 30th, 2024 (Dr. Phillips Center)

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