Sting and Sarah Hicks in Switzerland
The recording artist and the Harvard-educated conductor perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Sting, now on his "Symphonicity" tour, played the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland on July 11, doing orchestral arrangements of some of his hits. A New York Times account of the performance included a reference to conductor Sarah Hicks ’93, recently profiled in Harvard Magazine, who led the Bochum Symphony Orchestra of Germany and went beyond the usual podium conventions to offer an extra splash of energy to the concert.
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