Distant Worlds

Atlanta

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07 Jun 2013

8:00 PM

Atlanta Symphony Hall

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Arnie Roth, Conductor
Guest vocalist, American recording artist Susan Calloway

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Friday, June 7th, 2013 8PMalt
Saturday, June 8th, 2013 8PMalt


Distant Worlds returns to Atlanta for two nights only!

Captivating audiences across the globe, the program features iconic selections from throughout the 25 year catalogue of monumental FINAL FANTASY music. Don’t miss this unique multimedia experience that includes exclusive breathtaking HD video from the Final Fantasy game developers SQUARE ENIX, renowned vocal and instrumental soloists and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Award –winning Music Director Arnie Roth conducts.

Each evening’s program highlights some of the most beloved songs of the Final Fantasy series, featuring special guest artist Susan Calloway, including FINAL FANTASY IX: Melodies of Life (June 7), FINAL FANTASY XII: Kiss Me Good bye (June 7), FINAL FANTASY X: Suteki da ne (June 7 & 8), FINAL FANTASY XI: Memoro de la Stono ~ Distant Worlds (June 8), and FINAL FANTASY VIII: Eyes On Me (June 8).

Ticket Price (USD): $40 to $90

Special $90 VIP tickets include:
• Premium Orchestra Level seating for the performance
• Meet with conductor Arnie Roth and American recording artist: Susan Calloway
• Autograph session and photo opportunity
• Official Concert Tour booklet including images from Yoshitaka Amano

June 7 Highlights Include:

FINAL FANTASY IX: Melodies of Life (June 7 only!)
FINAL FANTASY XII: Kiss Me Good bye (June 7 only!)
FINAL FANTASY VII: Opening – Bombing Mission
FINAL FANTASY XI: Vana’diel March
FINAL FANTASY X: Zanarkand
FINAL FANTASY X: Suteki da ne

June 8 Highlights Include:

FINAL FANTASY XI: Distant Worlds (June 8 only!)
FINAL FANTASY VIII: Eyes On Me (June 8 only!)
FINAL FANTASY VII: Opening – Bombing Mission
FINAL FANTASY XI: Vana’diel March
FINAL FANTASY X: Zanarkand
FINAL FANTASY X: Suteki da ne

(Programs subject to change.)

Artists Performing

Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus

Arnie Roth

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