A Best of Anime Soundtracks Candlelight Concert is heading to Brisbane on the 28th of April. The performance will take place at the State Library of Queensland’s Queensland Terrace with two shows at 6:30pm and 8:30pm. This highly anticipated performance celebrating the incredible music of anime will feature Toni Wei on flute, Minjin Sung on cello, and Samuel Choi on piano.
Enjoy your favourite anime soundtracks amongst hundreds of flickering candles
Anime, a style of animation originating from Japan, has become a popular medium for entertainment worldwide. One of the key features that makes anime movies and shows so unique is the music that they use. It plays a vital role in helping to set the mood, enhance the emotions of the characters, and draw the audience deeper into the story.
Anime creators have always understood the importance of music, and they carefully choose their soundtracks to enhance the experience for viewers. Whether it’s the opening theme, the background music, or the music used to highlight key moments, it all works together to make these shows and movies memorable and impactful.
Step into the world of anime at this candlelight concert.
The upcoming performance is a unique opportunity for anime fans to hear the songs from anime shows and movies played live. The programme offers a mix of classic and modern soundtracks, ranging from popular shows like Naruto and Sailor Moon to newer ones like Demon Slayer and Jujutsu Kaisen. The pieces are performed by the trio of Toni Wei on flute, Minjin Sung on cello, and Samuel Choi on piano, promising to deliver incredible classical renditions of these anime classics.
The State Library of Queensland’s Queensland Terrace provides the perfect backdrop for this mesmerising musical performance. Situated in the heart of Brisbane’s cultural precinct, the terrace overlooks the Brisbane River and the South Bank Parklands. The terrace’s stunning views of the city skyline, paired with the soft glow of candlelight, will create a truly enchanting atmosphere that’s sure to transport audiences to the world of anime.