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The Police's Andy Summers to present multimedia event at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Police's Andy Summers to present multimedia event at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art

ABC RadioPolice guitarist Andy Summers will take part in a special audiovisual presentation at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on June 22, in conjunction with the ongoing exhibit Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll.

The event, titled A Certain Strangeness, will feature Summers playing guitar, accompanied by a projection of some of his surreal photographic images. The show will conclude with a Q&A session between Andy and Jayson Dobney, he curator in charge of the museum’s Department of Musical Instruments.

Tickets for the presentation are priced at $35 and are available at MetMuseum.org. Same-day admission to The Met is included in the price of the ticket.

A Certain Strangeness also is the name of Summers’ latest book of photographs, which was published in March.

Meanwhile, Andy also will present a similar multimedia show on June 7 at the Parkstad Limburg Theater in Heerlen, Netherlands.

That same day, an exhibition featuring a display of photographs that appear in the A Certain Strangeness book will officially open at the Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht, Netherlands. The exhibit will run through October 27.

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