Sting and the Royal Symphonic Orchestra presented Symphonicity at Riverbend Music Center on July 20th

Sting brought the Royal Symphonic Orchestra with him on his July 20th visit to Cincinnati at Riverbend Music Center.  Sting, having recently come off multiple worldwide tours with The Police, brought a completely different presentation of his genius musicianship.  Sting and The Royal Symphonic Orchestra was able to deliver fresh and incredible interpretations of classic Sting and Police favorites.  On the recent Police tour, the power trio would play a 90 minute set at most of their tour stops.  Well, if you were expecting the same length of show this past Tuesday night, you were very wrong.  Sting and the Royal Symphonic Orchestra delivered a two set, two-hour and forty-five minute show that blew away everyone in attendance.

Sting and the Royal Symphonic Orchestra – 7/20/10 – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, Oh

Set I:  Faith, Englishman in My, Magic, Roxanne, Straight To My Heart, When We Dance, Russians, Hung My Head, Shape of My Heart, Why Should I Cry, Whenever I Say Your Name, Fields of Gold, Next To You

Set II:  1000 Years, Tomorrow We’ll See, Bourbon Street, End of the Game, My Ain True Love, All Would Envy, Mad About You, King of Pain

Encore I: Desert Rose

Encore II: She’s Too Good For Me, Fragile, I Was Brought to My Senses

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Sting performs with the Royal Symphonic Orchestra

Sting and Symphonicity

Sting engages the crowd

Sting

Sting at Riverbend on July 20th

Sting with the Royal Symphonic Orchestra

Sting in Cincinnati

Sting performs in Cincinnati

Sting

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~ by thenoblevisions on July 28, 2010.

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