Concert with Nobuo Uematsu in London

Acclaimed video-game music composer, Nobuo Uematsu, mainly known for his work for the Final Fantasy saga from Square Enix, will be the guest of honor in a homage concert at the Barbican Center in London next Tuesday 20th of June at 8 pm, called “Symphonic Odysseys London“.

Nobuo Uematsu in London - Poster


The concert will be performed by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eckehard Stier, along with the London Symphony Chorus and the pianist Mischa Cheung, with arrangements reviewed by Jonne Valtonen and Roger Wanamo (the original team that prepared Final Symphony, Final Fantasy’s Best-selling and critically acclaimed album).


The planned program, which will include music from Final Fantasy, Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey and many more, is as follows:

  • Opening Fanfare
  • The Final Fantasy Legend / Final Fantasy Legend 2
  • On Windy Meadows (from Final Fantasy XIV)
  • Waterside (from Blue Dragon)
  • Final Fantasy Concerto – For Piano and Orchestra
  • King’s Knight BGM – Pretty Day Out – (from King’s Knight)
  • Light of Silence (from Chrono Trigger)
  • Spreading Your Wings (from The Last Story)
  • Lost Odyssey Suite


Tickets to the concert, priced between GBP 30 and GBP 65, are already on sale in:


In addition, and prior to the concert, there will be a special conference with Nobuo Uematsu, where the composer will talk about his career and will receive questions from the audience. This conference will be at 6:15 pm in the Barbican Hall and the entrance will cost 10 GBP (buy conference ticket).

Nobuo Uematsu in London - Conference