Fans willing to travel can see Sting and his wife perform in ‘Twin Spirits’ 

Attention, all Sting fans! You know you’re out there — might as well come forward.

Fancy taking a little road trip? It will be worth you while.

The man and his missus, Trudie Styler, will be appearing in Southern California for one night only, Feb. 15, at the Mark Taper Forum at the Music Center of Los Angeles County.

It’s a unique occasion — they’ll be playing composer Robert Schumann and his wife Clara, respectively, in Allan Buchman’s “Twin Spirits.”



Backed by a six-piece classical ensemble, the couple will read passages from the Schumanns’ poignant letters (how people contacted each other, pre-texting, for all you youngsters out there), with a portion of the evening’s proceeds benefitting the Culture Project.

“Twin Spirits” isn’t new, exactly. It was first performed in 2005, first recorded at London’s Royal Opera House in 2007, and seen productions at such posh locations as Windsor Castle and Salisbury Cathedral.

Tickets for the Sting/Styler rendition range from $80 to $150 for standard reserved seating with a $350 VIP meet-and-greet package available elsewhere. Contact rsvp@cultureproject.org or 212-925-1806 for more information.

For serious pheromone lovers only, of course.

About The Author

Tom Lanham

Pin It
Favorite

Speaking of...

More by Tom Lanham

Latest in Pop Music & Jazz

© 2018 The San Francisco Examiner

Website powered by Foundation