FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE:
New York, NY
Though we had hoped to perform these concerts as originally scheduled, it is with an abundance of caution for our fans and performers that we must postponed these performances. These concerts are rescheduled for Oct 2, 2021.
Per Carnegie Hall's covid-19 cancellation policy, ticket holders will receive refunds to their original form of payment. Both concerts are being rescheduled for Saturday, October 2, 2021; tickets will be available for purchase at a later date. The on-sale date for the rescheduled concert will be posted as soon as it is finalized.
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We all look forward to sharing live music together as soon as we are able to reconnect in person. Thank you for your patience during this challenging time!----- The FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Orchestra World Tour, presented by AWR Music Productions, is an electrifying new concert based entirely on the highly anticipated and groundbreaking game from SQUARE ENIX. Experience all new symphonic arrangements based on composer Nobuo Uematsu’s beloved FINAL FANTASY VII music, and the FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE theme song "Hollow." This brand new music is performed by an orchestra and chorus of over 100 musicians, led by GRAMMY® Award-winning conductor Arnie Roth, with stunning, high-definition video scenes from the new game created exclusively for this concert by SQUARE ENIX. Composer Masashi Hamauzu will be in attendance for this amazing event. Immerse yourself in the world of one of the most visionary games of all time with this sensational multimedia concert experience! Available at carnegiehall.org | CarnegieCharge 212-247-7800 | Box Office at 57th and Seventh
Experience all new symphonic arrangements, including the FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Theme song "Hollow", the latest original composition from Nobuo Uematsu, performed by an orchestra and chorus of over 100 musicians, led by GRAMMY® Award–winning conductor Arnie Roth.