03.28.11 Sting and Annie Lennox perform at the Ormeley Dinner at Bridgewater House in London...


The Ormeley Dinner on Thursday, March 24th 2011, held at London's Bridgewater House, SW1, raised nearly £2M in support of projects around the world protecting wildlife, their threatened habitats, the environment, climate and indigenous rainforest groups. The evening was hosted by Trudie Styler, Damian Aspinall, Sir David Tang and Zac Goldsmith. Performances were given by Sting and Annie Lennox.
'Songs For Japan' is a compilation album to benefit the ongoing disaster relief efforts in the earthquake and tsunami ravaged nation. Lady Gaga, Eminem, Beyonce, Madonna, the Kings of Leon and Katy Perry joined a list of already-announced artists like Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna on the album, which is available worldwide on the iTunes Store for $9.99. Proceeds from the sale of Songs for Japan will benefit the Japanese Red Cross Society.
The Kamfest audience can expect a fun musical journey, Miller said, with no jamming, but a trip through musical genres. "The audience connection is really important for me," Miller said, "and it's my job to be sure this show is entertaining. And it will be." There are still tickets available for the show. Tickets are $40 and are available at the Kamloops Live Box Office, 1025 Lorne St., 250-374-5483, kamloopslive.com.
Live Nation is pleased to announce that Sting will perform in Aalborg this summer as a part of his celebrated Symphonicity world tour. Following sold-out performances across North America, Europe and Australia, Symphonicity finds Sting performing his greatest hits re-imagined for symphonic arrangement, accompanied by a symphony orchestra and band, conducted by Sarah Hicks. On June 20, 2011, the Symphonicity tour will appear at the Aalborg Hallen in Aalborg, Denmark.
Live Nation is pleased to announce that Sting will perform in Russia and Belarus as part of the celebrated Symphonicity world tour, which has been extended to include concerts throughout Europe this summer. On June 13, 2011, the Symphonicity tour will appear at the Olimpsiki in Moscow and on June 27 at the Minsk Arena in Minsk. Following sold-out performances across North America, Europe and Australia, Symphonicity finds Sting performing his greatest hits re-imagined for symphonic arrangement, accompanied by a symphony orchestra and band, conducted by Sarah Hicks.
Classic Sting - Sting is now venturing into classical pop for his Symphonicity tour. All but one of the 60-plus musicians have made it to rehearsals at the Zenith, a cavernous concert venue on the outskirts of Nantes in western France. With the evening's sold-out performance due to start in a couple of hours, the sound check is going ahead without him...