The Assassin’s Creed Symphony world tour arrives in Milan on October 6th

Assassin's Creed Symphony

Good news, Assassins. After the great success of the first in Paris and San Francisco, Assassin’s Creed Symphony, a world tour that celebrates the 12th anniversary of the famous Ubisoft saga, is coming to Italy. The show will begin at 19:00 (GMT +2) on Sunday 6 October, at the Teatro Degli Arcimboldi.

Tickets are already available for purchase at the price of 40.30 euros on the TicketOne circuit. For the first time ever, the Italian public will be able to relive the great music of the saga performed by an 80-piece symphony orchestra, combined with videos projected on a giant screen.

The show was a huge success both at the first two in Paris and San Francisco and at the presentations at the world’s largest video game fairs (E3 in North America, Gamescom in Europe, China Joy in Asia). A show that also has the merit of bringing young people closer to symphonic music. The rich musical history of the series comes to life as the most evocative moments experienced by the players flow on the giant screen. Many scenes are set in Rome, Florence and Venice at the time of the Renaissance, with the exploits of the Florentine nobleman Ezio Auditore.

The symphonies were masterfully re-arranged by the award-winning pianist and composer Ivan Linn, and are performed by the Tuscany Symphony Orchestra, composed of 56 elements and a choir of 20 voices.