On Sunday, 24 April, at 10:50PM Inter is going to present a great premiere - a charity concert dedicated to Mikhail Gorbachev's 80th birthday.
Well-known politicians, popular actors and legendary musicians pay tribute to former Soviet President at the Royal Albert Hall to celebrate his 80th birthday. High profile guests, including Israeli President Shimon Peres and actor-turned-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger joined the 1990 Nobel Peace laureate at Royal Albert Hall, underlying the stature Gorbachev enjoys in the West, where he is credited as playing a pivotal role in ending the Cold War and freeing Eastern Europe from Soviet rule.
The concert hosted by actors Kevin Spacey and Sharon Stone, saw performances from Bryan Ferry to German rockers The Scorpions, who first played for Gorbachev at the Kremlin in 1991. Then the hero of the day sang a song about an old letter in duet with Andrey Makarevich.
Tickets for the event ranged from £195 to £100,000, with the money raised going to The Gorbachev Foundation, Macmillan Cancer Support and The Raisa Foundation.
Don't forget to turn on Inter on your TV on Sunday, 24 April, at 10:50PM!