Matsuricon Announces Distant Worlds Concert with Nobou Uematsu in Attendance

Jun 17th 2012
Columbus, OH (June 14, 2012): Matsuricon is proud to announce the premiere of Distant Worlds in Columbus, Ohio on August 25th at the Ohio Theater with FINAL FANTASY composer Nobou Uematsu in attendance.

Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY performs for the first time in Columbus, Ohio, at the Ohio Theater! Distant Worlds is partnering with Matsuricon to create an awesome weekend, with a specially designed program to mark the occasion. Featuring powerful selections from throughout the 25 year catalogue of monumental FINAL FANTASY music, this will be a day to remember. The concert will commence Saturday afternoon, where it fits perfectly in the schedule of the Matsuricon events.

A unique multimedia experience, Distant Worlds deploys symphony orchestra, renowned vocal and instrumental soloists, and breathtaking exclusive HD video direct from the FINAL FANTASY game developers SQUARE ENIX. Led by the Grammy Award®-winning conductor and music director Arnie Roth, Distant Worlds has captivated audiences all over the globe in an immersive, dynamic experience of the world of FINAL FANTASY.

FINAL FANTASY composer Nobuo Uematsu will be in attendance, and of special note: Nobuo Uematsu and Arnie Roth will be the featured soloists with Nobuo Uematsu on organ and Arnie Roth on violin in FINAL FANTASY VI: Dark World.

More information can be found at www.ffdistantworlds.com/columbus

Distant Worlds Columbus is presented by Attila Glatz Concert Productions in partnership with the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts

About Matsuricon: Matsuricon is an annual Japanese pop-culture event that focuses primarily on Japanese animation (known as “anime”), manga (Japanese graphic novels), and video games. We also showcase both American and Japanese popular culture, due to the natural overlap of fandom from both genres.

We are considered a “family friendly” event. Most of our panels are all ages unless otherwise stated. We do showcase certain events that are not appropriate for attendees under the age of 18, and our convention staffers check the IDs of all attendees before they enter these events. Because of our “family friendly” image, our mascots are a “traditional” Japanese family consisting of a father, a mother, a son, a daughter, and a dog.

Matsuricon's goal is to promote the cultural awareness of Japanese Pop-Culture through related events, special guest speakers and cultural presentations.

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