11.25.09 Exclusive DVD-preview of ''Sting: A Winter's Night... Live from Durham Cathedral'' - to be shown on the big screen in German cinemas, December 1...



Exclusive DVD-preview of "STING: A Winter's Night... Live from Durham Cathedral".

December 4th, in time for this year's Christmas season, Deutsche Grammophon will release a special, live concert performance on DVD entitled, "STING: A Winter's Night... Live from Durham Cathedral." Filmed at the magnificent Durham Cathedral near his hometown of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in Northern England, the DVD features music off his top ten album, "If On A Winter's Night..." For this compelling live concert, Sting was joined by an ensemble of 35 musicians, including strings, percussion, brass and folk-instruments.

On December 1st, at 8 pm there will be the unique opportunity to see this HD-production at the cinema. In cooperation with Cinemaxx, the DVD will be shown at the following Cinemaxx theatres on the big screen:

Hamburg Dammtor
Berlin Potsdamer Platz
Essen
Bremen
Dresden
München
Freiburg
Trier
Stuttgart an der Liederhalle
Kiel

And remember: Sting live on stage: On December 17th, in celebration of his recent release, Sting will perform an exclusive concert in Baden-Baden, Germany at the Festpielhaus (8PM).
Recorded on location at the magnificent Durham Cathedral near his hometown of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in northern England, Sting: A Winter's Night conjures the moods and spirits of the season with a diverse collection of songs, carols and lullabies spanning the centuries. Also featured are some new songs, as well as Sting's interpretation of classical favorites. "I'd say if I have a spirituality at all, it's about music," confesses Sting. Sting: A Winter's Night will broadcast on THIRTEEN's Great Performances series in HD on Thanksgiving night, Thursday, November 26 at 9 p.m. EST (check local listings)...
On November 24, Deutsche Grammophon will release a special, live concert performance on DVD entitled, 'Sting: A Winter's Night... Live from Durham Cathedral'. Recorded in HD and produced by Universal Music Classical Management & Productions (UMCMP), in association with Thirteen for WNET.ORG, the program will premiere on PBS's Great Performances series on Thanksgiving night, Thursday, November 26 at 9 pm EST (checking local listings). International broadcasts are planned for later this year, with further air dates to be announced locally in each country...
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