Orchestre FILMharmonique presents

Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY

Returning to Montreal for one performance only!

GRAMMY Award-winner Arnie Roth leads the FILMharmonic Orchestra and Choir – over 100 musicians on stage performing the beloved music of Nobuo Uematsu, Masayoshi Soken, and many more.

With HD video from game developers SQUARE ENIX projected onto giant screens throughout the concerts, Distant Worlds performs a diverse and constantly expanding repertoire of classic FINAL FANTASY music from throughout the 35+ years of the game series.

Arnie Roth, conductor

Music director Arnie Roth is a Grammy-winning artist known for his work with performers including Il Divo, Diana Ross, Jewel, the Irish Tenors, and Charlotte Church, among others. He has conducted multiple renowned orchestras worldwide, including the London Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony, the Atlanta Symphony, the Hollywood Bowl Philharmonic, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, among many others.

Roth is well known in the world of video game music for his work with Nobuo Uematsu and Square Enix as music director and conductor of Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy, Dear Friends: Music from Final Fantasy, More Friends: Music from Final Fantasy, and Voices: Music from Final Fantasy, as well as his role as music director and conductor of Play! A Video Game Symphony. He was the winner of the Best Score Award at the 2003 DVD Premier Awards for his score for the film Barbie as Rapunzel and was nominated for an Emmy in 2007 for his original song “Shine” from the movie Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses. Roth has produced dozens of best selling CDs.

Highlights:
FINAL FANTASY I-VI, Battle Medley
FINAL FANTASY VII: REMAKE, Those Chosen by the Planet
FINAL FANTASY VII: REMAKE, STAND UP
FINAL FANTASY VIII, Liberi Fatali
FINAL FANTASY IX, Not Alone
FINAL FANTASY XIV Endwalker, The Final Day

Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
Sunday, December 3, 2023 at 3:00pm

To purchase your tickets visit: www.placedesarts.com

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