Genshin Impact concert

Genshin Impact Orchestra Concert Will Happen in October

miHoYo posted a very short teaser for the upcoming Genshin Impact concert called Melodies of an Endless Journey. The concert date is October 3, 2021, though miHoYo has not stated a specific time, location, or ticket price as of yet. However, as places such as Salle Philharmonique de Liège and Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen are thanked on the website, the concert’s physical location may be in Belgium.

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Aside from the short teaser video that shows off the orchestra playing the main Teyvat theme, there is also official art of the characters playing instruments on the website. Fittingly, Venti is playing a harp, while Qiqi is holding a tuba that’s almost the same size as her. The orchestra conductor is Dirk Brossé and he heads the Flanders Symphony Orchestra. Flanders Symphony Orchestra is a group in Belgium.

You can see the first teaser here:

This concert is not the first time that miHoYo has shown off a live orchestra playing Genshin Impact music. The developer showed a live performance of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and Japan’s folk musicians playing music from the Inazuma region earlier this week. As well, it showed off how it recorded Liyue’s music with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra and Chinese folk musicians.

The Genshin Impact concert will be held on October 3, 2021. miHoYo will announce specific times and ticket prices, as well as how and where to watch it, closer to the date. Genshin Impact is readily available on the Windows PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and mobile devices.

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