Bee Gees star Robin Gibb will perform his first ever classical work the World Premiere of ‘The Titanic Requiem’ on April the 10th 2012 at Central Hall Westminster.
The singer will appear alongside his son, RJ, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) to commemorate 100 years to the day that the ill-fated ship left Southampton on its maiden voyage.
He said: "RJ and myself are thrilled to see our Titanic Requiem Premiere performed in full at the Central Hall in Westminster.
"I feel great, and I'm particularly excited about performing this brand new song and to have such high profile special guests joining me on stage with the RPO makes this the realisation of a dream."
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the entire Titanic Requiem, forming an immersive
concert experience featuring groundbreaking holographic projections created by Giuseppe Raffa.
The Bee Gees singer will perform his track 'Don't Cry Alone' as part of the world premiere concert of his debut classical work, 'Titanic Requiem'.
The singer is currently recovering after fighting colon and liver cancer, and the performance will be only the second time he has taken to the stage in 2012.
Tickets for the world premiere are on sale now, click here http://www.c-h-w.com/news/events-calendar/.