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Sat 12 Sep 2015 7.00pm - 10.00pm
Barbican Hall, London

Final Symphony II
Music from FINAL FANTASY® V, VIII, IX and XIII
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Music from FINAL FANTASY V, VIII, IX and XIII:

VALTONEN Fanfare: In a Roundabout Way
HAMAUZU & VALTONEN Final Fantasy XIII: 'Utopia in the Sky'
UEMATSU ARR WANAMO Final Fantasy IX: 'For the People of Gaia'
UEMATSU ARR WANAMO Final Fantasy VIII: 'Mono no aware'
UEMATSU ARR VALTONEN Final Fantasy V: 'Library of Ancients'
UEMATSU ARR VALTONEN Final Fantasy V: 'Battle at the Big Bridge'
UEMATSU ARR WANAMO Final Fantasy Series: 'Final Fantasy Main Theme'

Eckehard Stier conductor
Slava Sidorenko piano
Nobuo Uematsu composer
Masashi Hamauzu composer
Jonne Valtonen arranger
Roger Wanamo arranger
London Symphony Orchestra

Final Symphony II will feature music from Square Enix's world-renowned video games FINAL FANTASY® V, VIII, IX and XIII in entirely new arrangements.

Final Symphony II marks the third concert collaboration between the London Symphony Orchestra and Merregnon Studios, the original Final Symphony in 2013 having been the orchestra’s first ever live performance of video game music. The LSO also performed on Final Symphony the album, which was recorded at London’s Abbey Road Studios and released as a global, digital download earlier this year. It went straight to the top of the iTunes Classical chart in more than ten countries at launch, including the UK, USA, Canada, France and Sweden, while also racking up top 5 Classical Album positions in both the Billboard and Official UK Charts.

SOLD OUT

Tickets: £30 £40 £50 £65

LSO 2015/16 season Multibuy, group discounts and other concessions (under-18s) do not apply

£3 online booking fee, £4 telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees

Special pre-concert event
5.15pm, Barbican Hall

Composer Nobuo Uematsu will be in attendance at Final Symphony II and is set to take part in a special ticketed pre-concert talk, where he will discuss his musical career and influences with LSO Principal Flute Gareth Davies and answer questions from the audience.
Tickets £10 + booking fee
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