Sting Releases 'Symphonicities'

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Sting’s new album Symphonicities was released today. The new CD accompanies Sting’s highly-acclaimed world tour, which features the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Steven Mercurio (Bocelli, Pavarotti).

Comprised of 12 of Sting’s most celebrated songs re-imagined for symphonic arrangement, Symphonicities serves as the ultimate commemoration of the live concert experience.

Highlights on the new album include new arrangements by David Hartley, Rob Mathes and Steven Mercurio of fan favorites culled from The Police songbook such as “Roxanne” and “Next To You,” as well as songs from Sting’s enduring solo career including “Englishman in New York,” “She’s Too Good For Me” and “I Hung my Head.”

Purchase the album here, and for a great piece on Sting and this latest recording effort, check out this New York Times article.

For Sting’s tour dates, click here.


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