05.07.10 Sting to perform in Dallas, May 22...


North Texas will be hosting the Super Bowl next year and as part of the Host Committee's Kick-Off Concert Series, Sting will be performing at the Winspear Opera House on May 22. While Sting.com is not selling tickets, anyone interested in finding out more details about the event should contact Kristen Miles 214 252 5107 email kmiles@northtexassuperbowl.com.
The Rainforest Fund (www.rainforestfoundationfund.org), founded by Sting and Trudie Styler, today announced its 21st birthday celebration benefit concert on May 13th, 2010 at the world renowned Carnegie Hall followed by a gala dinner. The evening, sponsored by Almay, is headlined by Sting, Elton John, Lady Gaga and Dame Shirley Bassey, along with other surprise guests and features a live and silent auction at the gala dinner following the concert...
One lucky fan can win a pair of tickets to the May 13, 2010 Rainforest Fund Benefit concert at New York's Carnegie Hall in Billboard's new contest. This year's concert, sponsored by Almay, is headlined by Sting, Elton John, Lady Gaga and Dame Shirley Bassey, along with other surprise guests and features a live and silent auction at the gala dinner following the concert. Enter at Billboard magazine...
Buchanan's Forever is pleased to welcome Sting for performances on May 4, 6, and 8, 2010, in Caracas, Bogota and Mexico City, respectively. Sting is the latest addition to the roster of talent who have joined Buchanan's Forever over the past three years and graced the stage in the name of social responsibility. Artists are chosen to perform with Buchanan's Forever on the basis of their iconic status, history of philanthropic endeavours and willingness to support Diageo's philanthropic platform LEARNING FOR LIFE, which provides educational tools and life skills to thousands of individuals throughout Latin America & the Caribbean...
Sting and Trudie Styler appear together on stage at the 2010 Tuscan Sun Festival in Twin Spirits: an unique and intimate live theatrical performance by a chamber ensemble of actors, singers and musicians, portraying the deep and ultimately tragic love between the composer Robert Schumann and his pianist wife Clara Wieck. A special limited seating gala post-concert reception will be held at one of the leading Tuscan wineries, Avignonesi, one of the partner of the 2010 Tuscan Sun Festival. Proceeds from the concert and reception will be donated to the Rainforest Fund, the charity established by Sting and Trudie Styler over 20 years ago, the Del Sole Foundation, and the Royal Opera House Education Fund. Tickets for the Tuscan Sun Festival will be on sale from Wednesday, May 5th...
Sting talked about his career, environmental activism, and upcoming world tour with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. Touring with a symphony is bound to be different from traveling with rock musicians. But Sting values "variety and surprise." He anticipates a "successful partnership" with the orchestra. "I think the old idea of symphonic musicians being sort of long-haired intellectual snobs is over," Sting tells NPR's Neal Conan. Listen here...