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Tine Thing Helseth

 

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Listen1. Hummel: Trumpet Concerto In E Flat - Ii AndanteTrumpet Concertos 4:460.89  Buy MP3 
Listen2. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto In E Flat - Ii AndanteTrumpet Concertos 4:020.89  Buy MP3 
Listen3. Albinoni: Concerto In B Flat, Op 7 No.3 - Ii AdagioTrumpet Concertos 2:420.89  Buy MP3 
Listen4. Albinoni: Concerto In B Flat, Op 7 No.3 - Iii AllegroTrumpet Concertos 2:060.89  Buy MP3 
Listen5. Albinoni: Concerto In B Flat, Op 7 No.3 - I AllegroTrumpet Concertos 2:410.89  Buy MP3 
Listen6. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto In E Flat - Iii FinaleTrumpet Concertos 4:250.89  Buy MP3 
Listen7. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto In E Flat - I AllegroTrumpet Concertos 7:120.89  Buy MP3 
Listen8. Hummel: Trumpet Concerto In E Flat - Iii RondoTrumpet Concertos 3:440.89  Buy MP3 
Listen9. In The Bleak MidwinterMy Heart Is Ever Present 2:490.89  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Neruda: Trumpet Concerto In E Flat -I AllegroTrumpet Concertos 5:260.89  Buy MP3 
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Tine Thing Helseth was born in Oslo. Her mother was an amateur trumpeter and there is a strong tradition of wind bands in primary schools in Norway so it was not unusual that she began to study the trumpet at the age of seven. When Tine began to attend evening classes at the Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo, she was introduced to the world of classical music and to string players and pianists who enabled her to expand her musical interpretations through familiarity with a wide variety of non-brass sounds. (Another graduate of the Barratt Due Institute is the violinist Vilde Frang, also ... Read more

Tine Thing Helseth was born in Oslo. Her mother was an amateur trumpeter and there is a strong tradition of wind bands in primary schools in Norway so it was not unusual that she began to study the trumpet at the age of seven. When Tine began to attend evening classes at the Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo, she was introduced to the world of classical music and to string players and pianists who enabled her to expand her musical interpretations through familiarity with a wide variety of non-brass sounds. (Another graduate of the Barratt Due Institute is the violinist Vilde Frang, also an exclusive EMI Classics artist.)

Today, at the age of 24, Tine Thing Helseth is one of the leading trumpeters of her generation. A sensation in Scandinavia, where she has performed extensively as a classical soloist, leader of the ten-member all-female brass ensemble tenThing and jazz musician, she is equally at home in each role and genre. As a classical performer, she has won numerous prizes and previously recorded two CDs on the Norwegian Simax label to popular and critical acclaim. The second album, My Heart is Ever Present, a collection of her favourite Christmas songs and hymns released in 2009, went to Gold in the Norwegian classical chart in only three weeks. In the UK, Tine is the recipient of the 2009 Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship.

In the past few years, Tine has performed with the Vienna, Shanghai and BBC Scottish symphony orchestras, with the chamber orchestras of Vienna, Zurich and Stuttgart, and with orchestras in Germany, Belgium and France. She made recital debuts at the National Gallery in Washington, DC and at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. She gave her first performance at the Royal Albert Hall as part of Classic FM Live in March 2011.

In 2011/2012, Tine returns to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and the Danish Radio Symphony and makes debuts with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo, Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, NDR Hamburg, Kollegium Winterthur Orchestra, Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen Orchestra and Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

Tine Thing Helseth signed an exclusive contract with EMI earlier this year as both solo artist and leader of tenThing. In both roles – and as demonstrated in this EMI debut CD - she is dedicated to expanding the reach of core classical trumpet repertoire and exploring alternative soundscapes for her instrument.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Tine Thing Helseth was born in Oslo. Her mother was an amateur trumpeter and there is a strong tradition of wind bands in primary schools in Norway so it was not unusual that she began to study the trumpet at the age of seven. When Tine began to attend evening classes at the Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo, she was introduced to the world of classical music and to string players and pianists who enabled her to expand her musical interpretations through familiarity with a wide variety of non-brass sounds. (Another graduate of the Barratt Due Institute is the violinist Vilde Frang, also an exclusive EMI Classics artist.)

Today, at the age of 24, Tine Thing Helseth is one of the leading trumpeters of her generation. A sensation in Scandinavia, where she has performed extensively as a classical soloist, leader of the ten-member all-female brass ensemble tenThing and jazz musician, she is equally at home in each role and genre. As a classical performer, she has won numerous prizes and previously recorded two CDs on the Norwegian Simax label to popular and critical acclaim. The second album, My Heart is Ever Present, a collection of her favourite Christmas songs and hymns released in 2009, went to Gold in the Norwegian classical chart in only three weeks. In the UK, Tine is the recipient of the 2009 Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship.

In the past few years, Tine has performed with the Vienna, Shanghai and BBC Scottish symphony orchestras, with the chamber orchestras of Vienna, Zurich and Stuttgart, and with orchestras in Germany, Belgium and France. She made recital debuts at the National Gallery in Washington, DC and at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. She gave her first performance at the Royal Albert Hall as part of Classic FM Live in March 2011.

In 2011/2012, Tine returns to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and the Danish Radio Symphony and makes debuts with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo, Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, NDR Hamburg, Kollegium Winterthur Orchestra, Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen Orchestra and Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

Tine Thing Helseth signed an exclusive contract with EMI earlier this year as both solo artist and leader of tenThing. In both roles – and as demonstrated in this EMI debut CD - she is dedicated to expanding the reach of core classical trumpet repertoire and exploring alternative soundscapes for her instrument.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Tine Thing Helseth was born in Oslo. Her mother was an amateur trumpeter and there is a strong tradition of wind bands in primary schools in Norway so it was not unusual that she began to study the trumpet at the age of seven. When Tine began to attend evening classes at the Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo, she was introduced to the world of classical music and to string players and pianists who enabled her to expand her musical interpretations through familiarity with a wide variety of non-brass sounds. (Another graduate of the Barratt Due Institute is the violinist Vilde Frang, also an exclusive EMI Classics artist.)

Today, at the age of 24, Tine Thing Helseth is one of the leading trumpeters of her generation. A sensation in Scandinavia, where she has performed extensively as a classical soloist, leader of the ten-member all-female brass ensemble tenThing and jazz musician, she is equally at home in each role and genre. As a classical performer, she has won numerous prizes and previously recorded two CDs on the Norwegian Simax label to popular and critical acclaim. The second album, My Heart is Ever Present, a collection of her favourite Christmas songs and hymns released in 2009, went to Gold in the Norwegian classical chart in only three weeks. In the UK, Tine is the recipient of the 2009 Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship.

In the past few years, Tine has performed with the Vienna, Shanghai and BBC Scottish symphony orchestras, with the chamber orchestras of Vienna, Zurich and Stuttgart, and with orchestras in Germany, Belgium and France. She made recital debuts at the National Gallery in Washington, DC and at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. She gave her first performance at the Royal Albert Hall as part of Classic FM Live in March 2011.

In 2011/2012, Tine returns to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and the Danish Radio Symphony and makes debuts with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo, Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, NDR Hamburg, Kollegium Winterthur Orchestra, Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen Orchestra and Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

Tine Thing Helseth signed an exclusive contract with EMI earlier this year as both solo artist and leader of tenThing. In both roles – and as demonstrated in this EMI debut CD - she is dedicated to expanding the reach of core classical trumpet repertoire and exploring alternative soundscapes for her instrument.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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