Helseth To Perform with Cincinnati in December


In the description for the concert, the Cincinnati Symphony states that “This concert is a brass lover’s dream.” To borrow the colloquialism – #truth. 

Legendary Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth will fill the recently renovated Music Hall with her sounds on the Arutunian Concerto for Trumpet. The concert, which also features a newly discovered piece by Stravinsky, will be led by Andrey Boreyko as conductor. This two-night concert will be held December 2nd and 3rd. The other two selections on this “brass lover’s” concert include:

  • Stravinsky – Funeral Song
  • Mussorgsky/Ravel – Pictures at an Exhibition

For more information regarding this concert and to purchase tickets, click here.

Jeremy Smith

Jeremy Smith is the Founder and Editor of Last Row Music. He studied music at both Grace College and Carnegie Mellon University. Currently, Jeremy is the bass trombonist for Orchestra Iowa and the Huntington Symphony Orchestra. Jeremy also gives online brass lessons to students across the country from his home in Centerburg, Ohio.