Internationally renowned trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth will be performing at a concert organised by Nottingham Trent University in April.
Tine Thing Helseth, who has been hailed as one of the leading trumpeters of her generation, will perform the Haydn Trumpet Concerto in E flat at the concert taking place on April 15 at the Albert Hall in Nottingham.
The Nottingham Trent University Choir will also be showcasing the relatively new work, Requiem for an Angel, accompanied by the Midlands Festival Orchestra and conducted by internationally recognised conductor Matthew Hopkins.
The performance will be the first time the Requiem, written by British composer Paul Carr, has been performed in the Midlands.
Matthew Hopkins, director of music at Nottingham Trent University, commented: “I am thrilled that we are able to bring world class talent, such as Tine Thing Helseth, into the city of Nottingham. It is set to be a wonderful concert and a great opportunity for music lovers to hear Paul Carr’s beautiful and thought provoking Requiem for an Angel.”
For more information or to book a ticket, telephone 0115 848 8174, or visit www.ntu.ac.uk/music.