Genshin Impact concert – How to watch the Genshin Impact concert online
One of the biggest announcements in the previous Genshin Impact 2.1 Special Program Preview, was the Genshin Impact Concert. The event will take place to celebrate the game’s first anniversary.
In the Special Program concert segment, it was also mentioned that: “For many players, the music reflects the first moments and feelings we experience the very first time we enter the game. So, in order to celebrate the first anniversary of Genshin Impact’s release, the game will be hosting an online concert open to the global audience.”
They also confirmed that the concert will be online and available to everyone for free. More details about the concert were announced at Gamescom, including the release of a teaser, which is viewable below:
Additionally, a few days ago, the second teaser for the Genshin Impact concert was also released. This time, it features a collaboration with a South Korean pop music group, who will deliver a “one of a kind performance” at the concert itself. The new teaser may be viewed below:
Genshin Impact Concert Date: October 3, 2021
The Genshin Impact Concert is called “Melodies of an Endless Journey.” It features the well-loved tracks from the game composed by Yu-Peng Chen and HOYO-MiX. World-famous Belgian conductor Maestro Dirk Brossé and the Flanders Symphony Orchestra will be headlining the performance.
Additionally, the Genshin Impact Concert will feature musicians from the United States, Belgium, and South Korea. They will be playing their own covers of the game’s soundtrack. Furthermore, the entire concert is expected to last 90 minutes.
The additional invited guests that have already been announced for the concert are: Symfonie orkest Vlaanderen, IDIOTAPE, KoheeanBand, VoicePlay, soojinchoidance, Motor music and Salle Philharmonique de Liege.
Moreover, the Genshin Impact Inazuma OST, The Shimmering Voyage, will be the game’s seventh album. It is also set to release soon. HOYO-MiX and Sony Music Entertainment Japan collaborated on the project. It will feature the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and artists of traditional musical instruments. It is formally called the Inazuma Live Symphony Performance and was recorded in the Tokyo Opera City concert hall.
In the Special Program, they stated that “this collaboration was possible through hours of online communication, crossing locations, languages, and cultures.” It will feature several traditional Japanese musical instruments, such as the koto, shakuhachi, shamisen and taiko.