Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to deliver a video game themed concert

They'll be taking on the songs from Final Fantasy

Following a sell-out string of performances worldwide, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will return home to deliver their unique performance Final Symphony -- a concert which sees the MSO performing music from the acclaimed video game, Final Fantasy.

The concert will see the orchestra visiting award-winning tracks from Final Fantasty VI, VII and X, adding symphonic flair through their interpretations. Not just an occasion for gamers, Final Symphony is a collection of artistic renditions of Final Fantasy scores for all to enjoy. 

Conducted by Eckehard Stier, celebrating the music of composers Nobuo Uematsu and Masashi Hamauzu, Final Symphony is set to be a memorable affair for music and gaming fans alike. 

Final Symphony will take place at Hamer Hall on Friday September 28 and Saturday September 29. Grab your tickets here