03.15.10 Sting With The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra Dallas Ticket Sales Suspended Due To Potential Scheduling Conflict


Dallas, TX (March 15, 2010)



Unfortunately, ticket sales for the Dallas performance of Sting featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra previously planned for June 26 have been suspended due to a potential scheduling conflict. We hope to have this resolved in the next several days and will provide details as soon as they become available.
New concert dates in Seattle, Salt Lake City, St. Paul, St. Louis, Houston, Uncasville, Camden & Atlantic City were just added to the forthcoming "An Evening With Sting Featuring The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra Conducted By Steven Mercurio presented by Xerox" North American tour...
Watch The Handsome Men's Club from Jimmy Kimmel's After The Awards post Oscars show...
It was truly a Super Thursday evening with the Derrinstown Stud-sponsored Super racecard kicking off the final weekend of racing of the Dubai International Racing Carnival and a post-race concert by the Sting. The concert, which began at midnight, at the magnificent newly-built Meydan at Nad Al Sheba saw the 16 Grammy Award-winning singer perform a greatest hits filled set of his solo material as well as classics from The Police...
"I was brought up in the '50s, when there was only one radio station really - BBC Radio - so you could hear everything, from Beethoven's Fifth to music hall to the Beatles. I grew up with the taste that music was universal and not necessarily this ghettoized... this tribal ghetto. Although there are qualitative differences between music forms, and certainly skill differences, it's basically the same building blocks. And so I approach music that way. I have a great deal of respect for classical music - and awe, sometimes. Nonetheless I see it as a language that I can communicate in, and certainly be reached by..."
I was brought up in the '50s, when there was only one radio station really - BBC Radio - so you could hear everything, from Beethoven's Fifth to music hall to the Beatles. I grew up with the taste that music was universal and not necessarily this ghettoized... this tribal ghetto. Although there are qualitative differences between music forms, and certainly skill differences, it's basically the same building blocks. And so I approach music that way. I have a great deal of respect for classical music - and awe, sometimes...