If you’re a fan of the music from games such as Final Fantasy, Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey and many more then you are in for a treat. Merregnon Studios, the creators of the award winning Final Symphony and Symphonic Fantasies music concerts, have announced they are returning to London this June.

Symphonic Odysseys London will make it’s UK performance debut on June 20th, 2017 at the famous Barbican Centre this summer. The concert will celebrate the life and work of Nobuo Uematsu, the composer who has worked on some of the most famous games in history. The Symphonic Odysseys London will be dedicated solely to his music and is said to be an unforgettable journey through 30 years of video game music. As part of the event Nobuo Uematsu will be present himself to talk to the audience and engage in a question and answer session in a special ticketed, pre-concert show.

“Nobuo Uematsu has been a musical hero of mine for many years and it’s both a delight and a pleasure that we can celebrate his work with such an amazing concert in London,” said Symphonic Odysseys London producer, Thomas Böcker. “It’s always great to be back at the Barbican Centre, but I’m particularly excited that Uematsu-san can join us for what will be our 10th concert with the London Symphony Orchestra.”

Tickets for the Symphonic Odysseys London will be on sale soon and be available from £30 to £65. The pre-concert tickets to talk with Nobuo Uematsu will be available for £10 as well. All tickets will be available on the concert site here. More information on
Symphonic Odysseys London and the other concerts by Merregnon Studios make sure to visit their website as well.

“We’re hugely looking forward to performing Symphonic Odysseys London this summer,” said Gareth Davies, the LSO’s Chairman and Principal Flute. “It’s always an immense privilege to be part of such a special evening and we look forward to welcoming everyone back to the Barbican.”

Tickets are sure to sell out fast so if your hoping to get a ticket for Symphonic Odysseys London make sure you act fast.

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