Friday, August 10, 2012

Final Symphony: Music from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X Announced.

For Final Fantasy fans in Europe, this announcement should be sure to please those who fight and kids that run through the corners of the city. Thomas Böcker, director of Merregnon Studios, responsible for Symphonic Fantasies and Symphonic Odysseys, have announced the final installment in the Symphonic series titled Final Symphony. The concert with feature music from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X, and the music will be arranged by the world renowned duo Jonne Valtonen and Roger Wanamo, alongside special guest Masashi Hamauzu of Saga Frontier II and Final Fantasy XIII fame.

The event will be held at the Stadthalle Wuppertal in Germany on the May 11th. Tickets will go on sale on August 24th at, and be priced at €22 ($27). The concert is officially produced in cooperation with Square Enix and Nobuo Uematsu. Check out more info at as it becomes available.


  1. Not a bad price for the tickets. I feel ripped off after what I paid to go see distant worlds. In this one I won't have to sit through eyes on me. Now if only it wasn't so far away.

  2. Pretty cool - not really applicable to me and my location, but very cool selection all the same.

  3. I am Christina AguileraAugust 12, 2012 at 4:15 PM

    Tacit admission that VI, VII, and X were his best soundtracks in the series? That how I see 'em, anyway.