Rony Barrak will be performing with The London Symphony Orchestra video game music in two concerts at the Philharmonie de Paris in 2017.
Symphonic Selections Paris (17 June 2017) is a brand new concert from the team behind Final Symphony I & II and Symphonic Fantasies, some of the most fan-pleasing and critically acclaimed orchestral video game concerts in the world. Bringing together movements from these performances into an unmissable new program, Symphonic Selections Paris is a spectacular ‘greatest hits’ evening of music from legendary composers Nobuo Uematsu, Yoko Shimomura and Yasunori Mitsuda. With soul-stirring arrangements from Jonne Valtonen and Roger Wanamo, along with a stage that plays hosts to the internationally renowned London Symphony Orchestra, world class soloists Mischa Cheung, Rony Barrak and conductor Eckehard Stier, Symphonic Selections Paris will spirit away concert goers on a remarkable, musical journey of pure Japanese RPG magic.
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Celebrating the life and work of one of video gaming’s greatest ever composers, Symphonic Odysseys Paris (18 June 2017) is the ultimate Nobuo Uematsu tribute concert. Featuring breath-taking orchestral arrangements of some of Uematsu-san’s most popular melodies – including themes from Blue Dragon, The Last Story, Lost Odyssey and, of course, Final Fantasy – Symphonic Odysseys Paristakes fans on an unforgettable journey through 30 glorious years of video game music. Performed by the world-famous London Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Eckehard Stier, together with the London Symphony Chorus and acclaimed pianist Mischa Cheung, Symphonic Odysseys Paris includes brand new and revised arrangements from Jonne Valtonen and Roger Wanamo, the composing team behind the critically acclaimed and best-selling album of Final Fantasy music, Final Symphony.