NEW YORK, NY – April 17, 2016 – SERASYMPHONY: Sailor Moon Symphony, the fan made orchestral tribute to Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon returns to New York City, Sunday, July 3, 7pm at Roulette.
Originally conceived as a video tribute celebrating the anime’s 20th anniversary, SERASYMPHONY features music and songs from the 1992 anime and 2014 reboot performed by a live orchestra. IconiQ The Soundtrack Orchestra debuted the concert in 2014 to a sold-out crowd in New York City. Reuniting at this concert are conductor and arranger Bobbie Lee Crow III, violinist Annette Homann, pianist Yasuhiko Fukuoka, and singer Jennifer Cihi – the original American singing voice of Sailor Moon – who first performed with the ensemble in Los Angeles in 2015.
Best known for her work in the 1995 North American Sailor Moon dub by DiC Kids, Cihi has performed her signature songs such as “Carry On,” “My Only Love,” and “The Power of Love” at major conventions including Anime Expo, MTAC, and Malta Comics Expo in Europe. During this performance, she will perform a medley of North American music and premiere a new composition inspired by Sailor Moon Crystal with a mixed choir.
SERASYMPHONY: Sailor Moon Symphony will be performed at Roulette located at 509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217 on Sunday, July 3. Tickets are $25 for general seating, $20 for students, and $45 for premium seats. VIP tickets are available include entry to a pre-concert panel with Jennifer Cihi. Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.serasymphony.com/tickets . Prices increase at the door.
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