As we know, Sting likes to stay within 20 feet of a good cause at all times.
And his chosen good guys the other night were the folks at Music Unites, who have put together a youth choir made up of New York public high school students.
Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, hosted the New York premiere of the tragic love story, Twin Spirits, and stuck around to answer some questions from the audience afterward.
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Fellow Music Unites supporters Donna Karan, Courtney Love, Joshua Bell and Ryan Leslie also turned out for the big night at the Jerome L. Greene performance space.
With the help of money raised at this event, the Music Unites Youth Choir will make their debut at Carnegie Hall on March 2 2010 in a tribute to The Who.