Joe Sumner (Fiction Plane) at Symphonica in Rosso...
June 11, 2010 



Symphonica is Rosso is proud to announce that the first guest artist for Symphonica in Rosso feat. Sting with The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Steven Mercurio at GelreDome Arnhem on October 15th and October 16 is confirmed. No one less than Joe Sumner, son of Sting, will perform with Sting during the 5th edition of the most prestigious and highly qualitative music spectacle of the Netherlands. Other guest artists will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

Joe Sumner is the lead singer and bass player of UK/United States based band Fiction Plane. The band released their album 'Sparks' just a few weeks ago. They will be touring the Netherlands in September. Fiction Plane has previously performed at the famous Pinkpop festival and in Paradiso Amsterdam (sold out show).

SYMPHONICA IN ROSSO

Symphonica in Rosso is well known for the most the most prestigious and highly quality music spectacle of the Netherlands. The first four editions of Symphonica in Rosso pulled over 675,000 visitors and over 21 'sold out' concerts.

Tickets for Symphonica in Rosso feat. Sting with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Steven Mercurio can be purchased at www.livenation.nl.

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