Piano Opera: Music from Final Fantasy world tour announced

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If you want to hear music from the Final Fantasy series live, you are in luck. La Fée Sauvage and Sound of Faeries have announced Piano Opera: Music from Final Fantasy, a new concert series dedicated to the music of the Final Fantasy series played completely on piano.

Fans from around the world can enjoy as the tour heads to 12 different countries, starting on November 7, 2015, in Paris. The piano concert will be supervised by original composer Nobuo Uematsu, and features music spanning the series, focusing mainly on the music of Final Fantasy VI, VII, VIII and IX. It will be played by Final Fantasy pianist, arranger, and performer Hiroyuki Nakayama.

To enhance the experience, a never-before-seen in-concert video edit of game footage will be displayed on a giant screen along with the music, portraying all the most intense moments of action and emotion of the series.

Here is the list of announced concerts (more to be announced at a later date):

London / United Kingdom – November 15th, 2015 – Coronet Theatre
Tickets go on sale July 1st via Ticketmaster

New York / USA –  February 26th, 2016 – Baruch Performing Art Academy (Mason Hall)
Tickets go on sale July 1st via Ticketfly

Los Angeles / USA – February 28th, 2016 – Wilshire Ebell Theatre
Tickets go on sale July 1st via Ticketfly

Paris / France – November 7th, 2015 – Le Bataclan
Tickets go on sale July 1st via France Billet

Brussels / Belgium – November 9th, 2015 – Le Theatre Saint Michel
Tickets go on sale July 1st via Fnac

Stockholm / Sweden – November 12th, 2015 – Musikaliska
Tickets go on sale June 24th via Musikalika

*Each concert will also sell 150 VIP tickets for a meet and great with composer Nobuo Uematsu and pianist Hiroyuki Nakayama.

For more dates and locations, make sure to follow the PIANO OPERA : music from FINAL FANTASY Facebook page.

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