Behind The Scenes: TenThing

Mar 31, 2017

Trombonist Froydis Aslessen, horn player Lena Wik, and trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth in the WBAA studios.
Credit John Clare

TenThing (pronounced "ten TING") performed at Purdue University on Thursday, March 30th, and stopped by the WBAA studios. Trombonist Froydis Aslessen, horn player Lena Wik, and leader Tine Thing Helseth spoke with WBAA's John Clare about the tour, recording, and being an all female brass ensemble from Norway.

Learn more about TenThing here. They play Friday March 31st in Goshen.

We're excited about the next Purdue Convocations classical concert, Verona String Quartet plus pianist Brian Hsu on April 23rd!