Both performances are sold out; Turned-back seats may be available. Please call 609-258-2800 for more information.

tenThing Brass Ensemble

Princeton University Concerts Debut


Tuesday, December 13, 2022, 6:00 PM EST, 9:00 PM EST

Looking for a concert date? Try Do-Re-Meet: Speed Dating (Maclean House)

7:00 PM EST


Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall



-Concert Only: General: $40 | Student: $10

Do-Re-Meet: Speed Dating + 9PM Concert: $50 General/$20 Student

If you already have a ticket to the concert and want to add on the Do-Re-Meet experience, please contact us.

While both the 6PM and 9PM concerts are sold out, tickets still remain for the Do-Re-Meet experience.  

Please call 609-258-2800 for more information about any turned-back seats.

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All good fun.”

—BBC Music Magazine

Performances Up Close

About the Event

Prepare to be blown away by ten Norwegian dames in an immersive, surround-sound holiday concert. Led by trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth, the first ever classical artist to win Newcomer of the Year at the Norwegian Grammy® Awards, this extraordinary group of friends invite us to explore the musical traditions of the winter season—from the beautiful fjords of Norway, 18th century Germany, warm Italian Christmas and evergreen England to the sounds of Ukrainian folk music,  Czech fairy tales, and some contemporary American favorites in fantastic new arrangements. Stationed throughout Richardson Auditorium, they will transform the concert hall into an enveloping musical hug and provide the perfect way in which to warm up your holiday spirit.

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tenThing Brass Ensemble

Tine Thing Helseth Trumpet and Director

Theresa Coffey Trumpet

Monika Holst-Olsen Trumpet

Elin Holmen Kurverud Trumpet

Tone Langsrud French Horn

Marie Nokleby Hansen Trombone

Runa Eid Hermansen Trombone

Ingebjørg Klovholt Trombone

Astri Karoline Ellan Bass Trombone

Heidi Solem Tuba


  • "Holidays in Norway"

    Explore musical traditions of the holiday season while traveling across the old continent.

  • A feeling of Norwegian Christmas

  • George Frideric Händel

    Arrival of the Queen of Sheba

  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645

  • Arcangelo Corelli

    Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. 6, No. 8 (“Christmas”)

  • Bela Bartok

    Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 56, BB 68

  • Gustav Holst

    In the bleak midwinter

  • Geirr Tveitt

    Storskrytarstev (Braggart’s Ballad)

  • George Gershwin

    Three Preludes

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