From the team that brought you Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY, the FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE: Orchestra World Tour, NieR:Orchestra Concert and more, AWR Music Productions is proud to present a *SPECIAL NEW PROGRAM* of music to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of FINAL FANTASY performed by A New World: intimate music from FINAL FANTASY live in concert. Under the direction of Eric Roth, the New World Players chamber ensemble performs exclusive arrangements from throughout the FINAL FANTASY series in the thrillingly personal style of this outstanding musical production.
A New World: intimate music from FINAL FANTASY has performed spectacular concerts for spellbound audiences on four continents since its 2014 debut. Beloved musical selections from composers Nobuo Uematsu, Masashi Hamauzu, Naoshi Mizuta, Hitoshi Sakimoto, Yoko Shimomura, and Masayoshi Soken are performed in a transparent and engaging format, achieving an astounding variety of musical textures and moods. The A New World experience is fresh every time, drawing audiences deeper into the musical worlds of FINAL FANTASY.
$80 - VIP: Lower Orchestra, Row A, Seats 101-118 and Row B, Seats 105-122, also includes access to post-concert meet and greet (autograph session & photo op) with music director Eric Roth.
$55 - Tier 1: Balance of Lower Orchestra and Upper Orchestra Center, Rows M - Q.
$45 - Tier 2: Upper Orchestra Center, Rows R - W and Upper Orchestra Left & Right
There is a limit of 10 tickets per patron.
Additional Handling charges will apply to all ticket purchases: over the phone, online or in person.
No refunds, cancellations or exchanges.
COVID-19 Protocols: Currently, OCCC does not require proof of vaccination, negative tests, or masks for OCCC sponsored events. Mask and vaccination requirements are subject to change, at any time, by the OCCC Administration. Outside theater renters of the facility may implement their own COVID-19 protocols. For specific COVID-19 protocols please refer to each specific event page. We recommend wearing masks once you enter our Visual and Performing Arts Center.