Preview the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience with Ramin Djawadi

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The long-awaited Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience kicks off this month, with the tour beginning in Minnesota, and preparations are underway to make this an incredible show for fans. Composer Ramin Djawadi is rehearsing with musicians and the crew to bring the show together, and tonight treated audiences to a preview of the concert live on Facebook.

For those of us who will be unable to attend the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, watching Djawadi perform “Light of the Seven” with full stage effects here on video is as close as we’ll get! And for those who will be attending concerts over the next couple months, enjoy this fantastic tease of things to come.

According to a new interview with People, the intention is to make this experience “immersive” for the fans.

“Visually, we will place the orchestra, and also with that, the audience, in Westeros,” Djawadi says. “Some of the screens can actually come down and surround the orchestra and place you within a snowstorm.”

Meanwhile Game of Thrones actors Liam Cunningham and Jacob Anderson swung by the rehearsal to check out the proceedings. The two also took the time to tease season 7 (Liam) and joke about their plans for the future (Jacob).

Tickets for the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience are still available! Visit Ticketmaster for prices and details.
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    1. MY FIRST HODOR!!!

      (carefully picks wine back up)

      My daughter, one of her friends and I will be attending in Portland (the last concert). It’ll be my first visit to Portland since Younger Spawn moved there in August, and we are stoked for this!!! Thank you for posting the video. 🙂

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    2. Wolfish,

      Congratulations for your first Hodor!
      I’m happy for you (and for the other fans as well), enjoy the great experience I’m sure this concert will be! And you will get to listen to and see handsome Ramin Djawadi live…

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    3. Wolfish,

      I thought for a moment “Younger Spawn” was the title of one of these new TV shows I haven’t got round to watching but realised eventually you were speaking about one of your offspring! You are certainly fortunate to be able to see this show.

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    4. I felt Ramin’s Westworld soundtrack was phenomenal initially, but then tailed off gradually as the story became less and less dynamic. His GoT soundtrack has been phenomenal too, but also trails off when the material is less compelling. That’s not really even a knock on him, I’d rather he not waste his best work on subpar moments. Hopefully there will be plenty of big, weighty emotional moments this season to provide him many opportunities.

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    5. Shy Lady Dragon,

      Flayed Potatoes,

      Thank you!!!

      Dame of Mercia:

      I thought for a moment “Younger Spawn” was the title of one of these new TV shows I haven’t got round to watching but realised eventually you were speaking about one of your offspring!

      LMAO!!! Yes, my daughter Isabel. She’s the one who got me into GoT. 🙂

      You all have a wonderful day!

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    6. I could not resist watching this late last night and was so excited I could not go to sleep! The keyboards, violin, and cello — stunning.

      I have been listening to all of the season albums so that I can better understand how the themes are used throughout the series.

      I wonder if Liam and Jacob or other actors might be making appearances at the concerts?

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    7. We should be so lucky…
      Perhaps a european tour further on down the road – including a date at the Athens Concert Hall.

      If, in the course of the concert, “Light of the Seven” leads to “Lord of Light”, it should be considered a spoiler. 🙂

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