The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) are performing the remarkable score of the Final Fantasy series on stage at the Aotea Centre, and you and a friend can win tickets.
The concerts on 21 and 22 October mark the Australasian premiere of the sell-out world tour featuring Nobuo Uematsu and Masashi Hamauzu’s compositions from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X.
It will be conducted by Eckehard Stier, who has conducted sell-out Final Symphony concerts around the world, including the London Symphony Orchestra in the album recording of Final Symphony at Abbey Road Studios.
“Final Symphony has built the reputation of being the finest example of what video game music has to offer today, thanks to its sophisticated arrangements,” Final Symphony Producer and Director Thomas Böcker says.
“We are seeing more and more people outside the usual gaming circles coming to these concerts. Likewise, fans of Final Fantasy often express an interest in experiencing other forms of orchestral music after a Final Symphony concert,” he adds.
Win a double pass to Final Symphony
To enter to win a double pass to the 22 October show at Aotea Centre in Auckland, email us thename one of the Japanese composers of the Final Fantasy score.
Send your answer in to Westpac_social_media@westpac.co.nz. Please include your name and phone number so we can get in touch should you win.
The competition closes at 5pm on Friday 2 September, and the winner will be notified soon after.
Read the terms and conditions before entering.
For more information about Final Symphony, visit www.apo.co.nz.