Atlus has announced that, in collaboration with the “Game Symphony Japan Premium Week”—a week-long music event from March 15th to the 21st—Persona 5 will be one of the featured titles and will have an original concert performance on March 20, 2017.
Deemed an important cultural asset to the country and celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, the event will be taking place at the Mitsukoshi Theater, within the Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store.
Schedule (3 Performances)
- March 20, 2017 (Monday)
- 12:00 PM JST
- 2:45 PM JST
- 5:30 PM JST
- Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Building 6th floor: Mitsukoshi Theater
- Persona 5 (Atlus)
- Kenichi Shimura (conductor)
- Tokyo Chamber Orchestra (Orchestra)
- Tokyo Philharmonic Chorus (Chorus)
- Tomoko Komiya (Soprano)
- Lyn (Vocalist / Atlus Sound Team)
- 9,000 yen (including tax)
- Aim Village
Exhibition for the Present and Future of GSJ and the “Persona” Series
Alongside the concert will be an exhibition at the 7th floor of the main building (beginning of the cafe event space) for GSJ, which is a leading force in the world of game music, as well as “valuable materials” for the latest entry in the Persona series, Persona 5.
Special Goods and Collaboration Menu
There will be a special cafe during the GSJ event which will feature a collaboration menu with Persona 5, complete with novelty menu items.
The special merchandise that will be for sale at the event will include items with the unique illustration made just for this concert, as well as an artificial intelligence equipped robot “Kibiro.”
- Masking tape
- Clear files
Mint Tablets (8 Types)
Canned Lip Balm (2 Types)
Mug & Kibiro
Creator and Concert Performer Fan Meeting
At the Mitsukoshi Culture Salon, people will be able to enjoy snacks and meet artists involved with creating game music as well as concert performers.
- March 15 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM JST
- Features: Shimura & Shoji Meguro (Atlus)
- March 18 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM JST
- Features: Shimura & Hiroki Kikuta
- March 19 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM JST
- Features: Kenichi Shimura, Michiko Naruke & Noriyuki Iwadare
- 5,400 yen (tax included)
In 2016, Game Symphony Japan held three different concerts for the Persona series, which also featured Persona 5 music.