Stewart Copeland: Police Deranged for Orchestra

This one-night-only concert features Copeland himself on drums and dives into The Police’s biggest hits including "Roxanne," "Don’t Stand So Close to Me," and "Message in a Bottle."

Holland Center
Saturday, Sep 30 | 7:30 PM


Ernest Richardson Resident Conductor & Principal Pops Conductor More
Stewart Copeland Drums More
Amy Keys Vocals
Ashley Támar Davis Vocals More
Carmel Gaddis Vocals
Armand Sabal-Lecco Electric Bass More

Stewart Copeland’s Police Deranged for Orchestra is a high-energy orchestral evening celebrating the work of legendary rock star and composer, Stewart Copeland. The show focuses on the epic rise of his career in music that has spanned over four decades. With Copeland on drums, three singers, and a guest guitarist, Ernest Richardson leads the Omaha Symphony orchestra in this unique concert experience!

Copeland is a unique figure in world music: renowned as the founder of The Police, a band that became a defining force in rock music from the ‘80s through to the present day; he is also a seasoned and prolific composer in opera, ballet, and orchestral music. This one-night-only concert will be bursting with The Police’s biggest hits, including “Roxanne,” “Don’t Stand So Close To Me,” and “Message in a Bottle.” With Copeland on drums, three singers, and a guest guitarist, Maestro Ernest Richardson leads the Omaha Symphony in this unique concert experience.

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Singers at The Soraya in Los Angeles performingPhotograph by Luis Luque

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