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A New World: Grand Rapids

This October, A New World: intimate music from FINAL FANTASY makes a pilgrimage to the arts mecca of Grand Rapids to perform at the historic St. Cecilia Music Center. An exclusive, officially licensed production with renowned game developer SQUARE ENIX, featuring the music of Nobuo Uematsu and other composers from the series, A New World delivers exciting new arrangements of FINAL FANTASY classics, beloved character themes and thrilling battle themes.

Under the direction of esteemed conductor Eric Roth, with award-winning piano soloist Benyamin Nuss, the New World Players ensemble performs a full evening of incredible FINAL FANTASY music. Already proven to delight audiences on four continents, don’t miss the most intimate FINAL FANTASY music experience.
On sale June 9th at noon!

A Limited number of VIP meet & greet tickets are available. Each includes:
• Premium seating for the performance
• Post-Concert Event with conductor Eric Roth and pianist Benyamin Nuss
• Autograph Session and Photo Opportunity

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For more info, check out:
https://www.facebook.com/events/136474343425927/
http://ffnewworld.com/

A New World: Ann Arbor

After the great success of the February 2015 performance at Rackham Auditorium, A New World: intimate music from FINAL FANTASY returns to Ann Arbor this October! Experience the most intimate FINAL FANTASY music with the New World Players chamber ensemble, award-winning piano soloist Benyamin Nuss and conductor Eric Roth. An official production of game developer SQUARE ENIX, A New World delivers fresh live music arrangements of beloved FINAL FANTASY themes, especially featuring the music of Nobuo Uematsu. Proven to delight audiences on four continents, don’t miss A New World’s triumphant return performance at Rackham Auditorium.

A Limited number of VIP meet & greet tickets are available. Each includes:
• Premium seating for the performance
• Post-Concert Event with conductor Eric Roth and pianist Benyamin Nuss
• Autograph Session and Photo Opportunity

Support your local geek events.
For more info, check out:
https://www.facebook.com/events/895592290567219/
http://ffnewworld.com/

Grand Rapids Comic Con 2016 Sunday

Final album from the Grand Rapids Comic Con. Enjoy.

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Grand Rapids Comic Con 2016 Saturday Part 2

Photos from Saturday afternoon and from the evening concert featuring Insomniac Folklore and Wesley and the Crushers.

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Grand Rapids Comic Con 2016 Saturday Part 1

Photos from Saturday morning and early afternoon at the Grand Rapids Comic Con.

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Grand Rapids Comic Con 2016 Friday

The Grand Rapids Comic Con came once again. Here are photos from Friday. Enjoy.
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Wesley and the Crushers/Insomniac Folklore/Playing With Power

Steelcase Ballroom D after the Grand Rapids Comic-Con

$10 at the door, All Ages

Wesley and the Crushers (Geek-Themed Synth Lounge Pop Weirdness from Grand Rapids)
Insomniac Folklore (Post-Vaudevillian Steampunk from Nashville, Tennessee)
Playing With Power (Video Game Cover Music from Grand Rapids)

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For more info, check out:
https://www.facebook.com/events/100111413785006
https://www.facebook.com/GrandRapidsComicCon/

Philharmonic Phright Night 2016

Harvest some scary tunes at our annual Halloween POPS concert.

J.S. Bach Toccata in D Minor, BWV 565 (keyboard solo)
Jacques Offenbach Orpheus in the Underworld Overture
Hector Berlioz March to the Scaffold from “Symphonie Fantastique”
Morton Gould Deserted Ballroom
John Williams Adventures on Earth from “E.T.”
Leroy Anderson Phantom Regiment
Elmer Bernstein To Kill a Mockingbird
James Newton Howard King Kong Soundtrack Highlights
Danny Elfman Music from “Spider-Man”
Ray Parker Jr. Ghostbusters

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For more info, check out:
http://www.michiganphil.org/Events/October22.html
http://www.michiganphil.org/