Final Fantasy symphony comes to Denmark
This year, the very first live orchestrated game music concert by the London Symphony Orchestra took place in the form of Final Symphony. The concert is the latest critically acclaimed concert by the Merregnon Studios and the 10th anniversary production, featuring music from Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X with arrangements by Jonne Valtonen, Roger Wanamo, and even Masashi Hamauzu.
Now the team is gearing up for more dates in 2014, and will be heading to Denmark for the very first large-scale videogame symphony to be held in the little Scandinavian country. The show will take place at the Music House in Aarhus, and the Aarhus Symphonic Orchestra will be performing. Benyamin Nuss is also announced to reprise his piano concerto performance.
For all European Dtoid readers interesting in attending, tickets are now on sale at TicketCounter for 130-295 DKK (about $23-55). For more information, you can also head to the official Facebook page.