The Trumpet Shall Sound

Date: Sunday 14th December 2014 15:00

Venue: Albert Hall, Manchester

Tickets now available on the door from 1.30pm, cash only.

The alternative festive happening – baroque, carols and the ultimate Christmas instrument.

Making our return to one of Manchester&s most stunning venues, Albert Hall, and led by Permanent Guest Conductor, Nicholas Kraemer, we bring you a festive event for all the senses.

The natural fit for Camerata, young Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth is hailed for her communicative powers with audiences. Amidst the atmospheric surrounds of this old Wesleyan chapel, Tine joins the orchestra for an evocative programme of Bach, Corelli and some timeless carols, including In the Bleak Mid-Winter and Angels from the Realms of Glory.

‘A soulful approach to phrasing, quite astonishingly outstanding intonation and a sound which is open and honest…&– Jonathan Freeman-Attwood, Gramophone


Young brass musicians from In Harmony Telford and Stoke-on-Trent take centre stage with Tine Thing Helseth.


Seating at Manchester’s Albert Hall

The stalls are located on the first floor and the balcony on the second, with stair climber access for wheelchairs only. The seating in the balcony takes the form of stepped risers with no backs, and whilst these offer spectacular views of the hall, please feel free to bring a cushion for added comfort if you wish. Chaired seating is provided in the stalls. Within each price band area, seating is unreserved and so will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note, seat numbers displayed on the booking website do not apply.

TICKETS: £32, £26, £19, £10Tickets now available on the door from 1.30pm, cash only.


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In person: Tickets available on the door, cash only.

Albert Hall Seating, Transport Parking Information

Albert Hall Address:27 Peter Street,Manchester,M2 5QR