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Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra Ground Floor, Tower 2, Petronas Twin Towers
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50088
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Listing created by maniakidd on December 12, 2012    

The main place for events and certain concerts. Dress type is semi formal and there is surround sound installed throughout the building ,ensuring you wget an earful of the music. 

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The ticket prices vary depending on the performance. The cheap ones are usually performed by students. I purchased an RM20+ ticket just to have a new experience as I have never watched an orchestra performance before.

For the cheap tickets, I was informed that it doesn't matter where I sit as the sound quality would be the same in such a small orchestra hall. In the big hall, ideally one should sit in the middle to get the best sound quality.

The orchestra performance was beautiful and I prefer listening to the music with my eyes closed. However, it became a bit boring after a while mainly because I did not recognize any of the music played. If it were Final Fantasy and the likes where I am familiar with, I would have loved the performance much more. Nevertheless, I think the RM20+ is worth spending.

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Distant Worlds

I've only been here once in my entire life and that was for Distant Worlds Final Fantasy Orchestra. The place is really nice and had plenty of space for a large crowd. I'm pretty sure the architect in charge of this place had created the place in such a way that the sounds can heard better via reflection. I can't remember what the phenomena was called but I do remember learning it in physics class back in school.

Distant Worlds was awesome. They played One Winged Angel and To Zanarkand. It kinda felt a bit too similar to the actual soundtrack but it was playing right in front of my face, live. Aside the music, there was nothing to brag about but if you're a Final Fantasy fan then you'd probably have as much excitement as I did.

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