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Tine Thing Helseth Master Class
Schmitt Music proudly presents a Trumpet Master Class featuring world renowned soloist Tine Thing Helseth on Wednesday, March 15th at 5:30PM at Schmitt Music Brooklyn CenterFREE!


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Who: Tine Thing Helseth, world-renowned trumpet soloist and leader of all-women brass group tenThing

What: Master Class followed by a brief Q&A

When: Wednesday, March 15 at 5:30pm

Where: Schmitt Music Brooklyn Center Auditorium

Why: Tine is in town to perform with tenThing during a Schubert Club concert on Thursday, March 16. Her extreme level of expertise and experience as a trumpet soloist make her highly qualified to coach students and give general advice on trumpet and brass playing.

Watch Tine Thing Helseth play “Adios Nonino” by Astor Piazolla:

Tine Thing HelsethTine Thing Helseth, 28, started to play the trumpet at the age of 7, and is one of today’s leading trumpet soloists.

Recent engagements include her BBC Proms concerto debut at the Royal Albert Hall in the London premiere of Matthias Pintscher’s Chute d’Étoiles for two trumpets and orchestra with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; her acclaimed debut at London’s Wigmore Hall; the world premiere of Bent Sørensen’s Trumpet Concerto with the Bergen Philharmonic, and further performances with the Gothenburg Symphony and Copenhagen Philharmonic orchestras; her recital debut at the Lucerne Festival; and performances with London’s Philharmonia Orchestra at the Windsor Festival and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra at Perth Festival.

Tine’s vibrant schedule continues into the 15/16 season, with performances with the Belgrade and Helsinki Philharmonic orchestras, NDR Radio Philharmonic Hanover and the Dresdner Kapellsolisten. She will be Artist in Residence at the Bodensee Festival, and will curate Manchester Camerata’s UpClose series.

In addition to her concert appearances, Tine also curates her own festival, Tine@Munch, which was launched in June 2013 in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of fellow Norwegian, Edvard Munch. A three day event in Oslo’s Edvard Munch Museum, the festival featured performances from such instrumentalists as Leif Ove Andsnes, Nicola Benedetti and Truls Mork. In the 14/15 season, Tine also curated her first music series for the Leeds International Concert Season, featuring performances by guest artists and programmes inspired by Norwegian themes.

Learn more about Tine Thing Helseth on IMG Artists website – CLICK HERE!