Square Enix has announced Final Fantasy’s “Distant Worlds” music to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the “Final Fantasy” series.
Final Fantasy Creator Square-Enix announced, “FINAL FANTASY 35th Anniversary Distant Worlds music from FINAL FANTASY Coral” to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the game. From the first week of Augustthe concert will present the music of Final Fantasy in different cities of Asia, Europe and the United States. The opening show will be held in Tokyo, Japan. The show will feature the Final Fantasy music composer Nobuo Uematsu and Arnie Roth, Grammy Award Winner. However, the world tour will present its final show of the 35th Anniversary Concerts at March 2023.
Final Fantasy’s Distant Worlds music was first performed in 2007 in stockholm, Sweden. Since then, the music event has toured various locations. Additionally, Distant Worlds released four CDs and three live concert DVDs/Blu-rays.
Specially curated program by Nobuo Uematsu, featuring Grammy Award winner Arnie Roth
Music from distant worlds of Final Fantasy is the official symphony concert tour soundtracks from the game. The show features a symphony orchestra, choral and performances by well-known musical artists. It’s a monumental, retrospective celebration of Final Fantasy music. Along with enjoying the incredible musical event, Final Fantasy music lovers can also watch stunning HD video presentations of the new game created exclusively for this concert. For more information on shows and dates, click here.
Edited by FINAL FANTASY Music composer Grammy-winning Arnie Roth musical director Nobuo Uematsu will lead a 100-piece band on stage. from Uematsu ‘Eyes on me’ Featured Hong Kong pop star Faye Wong and sold 400,000 copies to become the very first video game music to win the 14th Japan Gold Disc Awards in 1999.
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