Final Symphony's Back With Music From Final Fantasies V, VIII and IX

By Leon Hurley on at

The Final Fantasy live concerts are back with new music and a special talk from composer Nobuo Uematsu. There's also a new video interview with the man you can watch right now.

The show returns to The Barbican on September 12th, with new arrangements based on music from Final Fantasy V, VIII and IX and played by the London Symphony Orchestra. In addition there'll be a special pre-concert show where Nobuo Uematsu will be on stage to discuss his career and answer questions.

Here's a video interview with Uematsu talking about his music and the first Final Symphony project.

As well as the focus on Nobuo Uematsu's work, the new music will also features some none-Uematsu stuff from Final Fantasy XIII, arranged by its original composer Masashi Hamauzu.

You'll be able to buy tickets from 10 am March 20th with prices ranging from £30-65 and Nobuo Uematsu's pre-concert talk is an extra tenner. Go here if you want to see the show.