Tine Thing Helseth greets Norwegian Christmas tree
6 December 2012, 18:09
The trumpeter is performing at the annual Norwegian Christmas celebration this evening in London.
Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helselth is preparing to greet the Christmas tree on London's Trafalgar Square with a special musical performance at the ceremonial lighting this evening.
Audiences can expect performances of Christmas carols from the trumpeter, who is set to play In the Bleak Midwinter, and choral versions of The First Nowell, The Holly and the Ivy, and We Wish You a Merry Christmas from the choir of St-Martin-in-the-Fields. St Clement Dane's primary school will perform their poem Friendship inspired by the gift of the tree.
Since 1947, the people of Norway have given London a Christmas to thank Britain for her support during World War II. The tree will remain on Trafalgar Square until January 5.