Sting to perform in Lima, along side Peru’s National OrchestraDecember 28, 2010
The former Police front man Sting will be performing alongside Peru’s National Symphonic Orchestra this February 23 in Lima, Peru.
From pop punk to classical music, Sting has distinctly varied his musical style throughout his career. In the last 30 years, he has created an eclectic discography which fused elements of jazz, pop, rock, reggae and world beat. Now the 59-year-old British musician adds classical music to his distinct musical repertoire.
This summer Peruvians will have the opportunity to hear him perform classic hits from The Police like “Roxanne,” “So Lonely” and “Message in a Bottle” as well as those from his solo career such as “Fragile,” “Fields of Gold” and “Shape of My Heart.”
Sting joins a roster of worldclass headliners to recently appear in the Peruvian concert scene, which include the likes of The Black Eyed Peas, Paramore, Green Day, Aerosmith, Beyonce and Shakira.
Tickets for the concert, taking lace at the Estadio Monumental, go on sale this Wednesday at Teleticket in Wong, Metro and Ripley stores. Prices will range between $50 and $335. There will be a 10% discount for those buying tickets with a Ripley card during the first seven days of its sale.
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