10 Keys to the Career of Tine Thing Helseth
- 1987: Born in Oslo (Norway).
- 2006: Second prize at Eurovision Young Musicians, held in Vienna (Austria); a contest to which he would return as a jury member in its 2016 edition in Cologne (Germany).
- 2007: At only 20, she releases her first album: Haydn / Albinoni / Neruda / Hummel (Simax), with the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, winning the Emerging Artist of the Year award at the “Spellemannprisen” (Norwegian Awards).
- 2007: Founded her own ten-piece, tenThing, together with nine friends, performing numerous concerts worldwide since then.
- 2009: Wins a Borletti-Buitoni Trust fellowship.
- 2012: Releases her celebrated album Storyteller (Warner), featuring Jonathan Aausgaard, cello, and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eivind Aadland.
- 2013: Launches her project Tine@Munch, in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Edvard Munch’s birth, with various performances and guest artists such as Leif Ove Andsnes, Nicola Benedetti, and Truls Mork, at the Edvard Munch Museum in Oslo.
- 2013: Releases her album Tine (Warner), with the accompaniment of pianist Kathryn Stott, winning the Emerging Artist of the Year award at the Echo Klassik Awards.
- 2019: Member of the artistic board of the Risør Chamber Music Festival (Norway).
- 2021: Releases, on May 28, her latest album: Magical Memories (Lawo), with organist Kåre Nordstoga.
Content Featuring Tine Thing Helseth
- Interview (May 4): “I Want to Be a Role Model for Young Girls Wanting to Take up the Trumpet, to Show That Equality Is Important and Everyone Should Be Judged Solely on Their Playing”
- Releases (May 11): Magical Memories