Tine Issue Helseth is a thoroughly contemporary classical musician. You are able to tell this not merely because she doesn’t limit herself to simply traditional music in her shows or in her personal preferences, but also because she’s her very own iPhone app. Helseth started playing trumpet at age group seven, and her general musical upbringing encompassed all sorts of music. She’s even accepted to being truly a large fan from the Spice Women being a 10 season old. Her skilled playing led her to end up being the first traditional musician nominated and called Newcomer of the entire year on the Norwegian Grammy Honours, and garnered various other prizes aswell. She’s performed with main orchestras around European countries, with traditional, well-known concertos by Haydn, Neruda, and Hummel, and with brand-new functions by composers such as for example Daniel Snyder, Matthias Pintscher, Britta Byström, and Alfred Janson. In 2011 Helseth authorized with EMI Classics and released the recording Storyteller, transcriptions of tunes. Her second single album, Tine, made out of pianist Kathryn Stott, premiered in springtime 2013 as both toured collectively. Helseth in addition has created two ensembles: tenThing and TTHQ. tenThing can be an all-female brass ensemble, which released its recording, 10, and toured China in 2012. TTHQ is exactly what Helseth phone calls a “jazz/tango fusion quartet,” another exemplory case of her wide musical tastes.