You might have grown up with them, or you discovered them at an older age. There’s no doubt that anime has become a massive cultural phenomenon that has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of people around the world. And their soundtracks can range from haunting to uplifting and can stir feelings of nostalgia. By blending different musical genres, they’ve become appealing to a wide range of audiences.
This season, Candlelight is paying tribute to some of the most iconic anime soundtracks, such as Dragon Ball, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Sailor Moon and Naruto, just to name a few. Embark on an emotional journey and be uplifted by the dazzling glimmer of candlelight!
Anime soundtracks often feature memorable melodies that become inseparably linked with certain characters, scenes, or emotions. They possess a remarkable ability to enhance the emotional impact of a scene, evoking feelings of joy, sorrow, fear or inspiration with ease. Thus, anime soundtracks have emerged as an integral and inimitable aspect of anime culture, capturing the essence of the genre and enchanting viewers with their emotional resonance.
Edison’s will light up as the Listeso String Quartet takes to the stage to perform iconic pieces, including Tokyo Ghoul‘s “Unravel”, Neon Genesis Evangelion‘s “A Cruel Angel’s Thesis”, Naruto‘s “Blue Bird” and many more.
Candlelight has charmed audiences around the world—in cities like London, Manchester, Madrid, Barcelona, and Paris— with its signature sea of candles. Now, it’s bringing the magic of anime to Dallas in a mesmerizing concert celebrating some of your favorite anime soundtracks, including Tokyo Ghoul, Death Note and Naruto.
Anime has become popular for its unique storylines and characters, which can be appealing for anyone looking for something different from the typical Hollywood formula. Their soundtracks are just as captivating as their visual appeal, adding to the emotional impact of the series. They’ve become iconic and now you can hear them reinterpreted by the talented Listeso String Quartet at Edison’s.
Note: For the safety of our audience, all of the candlelight will be provided through flameless candles.