02.26.06 Sting & Trudie in one-off Theater performance at New York's New Victory Theatre...


Written by John Caird, the 7:30 PM performance will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Twin Spirits, according to the Broadway Cares website, will feature the "words, music, and shared passions of the extraordinary composers and lovers Robert and Clara Schumann read by Sting and Trudie Styler."

The benefit evening will also feature Joshua Bell on violin, Jeremy Denk on piano, Alisa Weilerstein on cello, Natasha Paremski on piano and soprano Barbara Bonney. A narrator to be named later will also be part of the concert.
As part of his Broken Music Tour 2006, Sting will perform June 4th at Rock In Rio in Lisbon...
Sting will be performing at the TW Classic Festival at Werchter in Belgium on July 8...
02.12.06THE OBSERVER
"Sting says I shop for Britain. I don't I shop for Europe". Fuelled by yoga, meditation and broccoli, Trudie Styler busies herself these days producing films and organic olive oil. She talks control freakery, acting and puppy love with Geraldine Bedell. The rich are different. The first time I turn up to interview Trudie Styler, her dog is ill and she's too upset to speak to me. I trail back through the freezing rush hour muttering bitterly about how most people have to carry on even when their dogs are dying - but then I'm not a dog person...
At the Grammy awards last night, Chris Botti's track 'What Are You Doing For The Rest Of Your Life?' which features Sting won the Grammy for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for Billy Childs, Gil Goldstein & Heitor Pereira...
Sting performed 'Close Your Eyes' at the event to honour James as Musicares Person of the Year...