blh artists management            Bea Levine-Humm


Welcome to BLH Artists Management!

I am a one-person management who concentrates on the highest quality musicians primarily from Norway  but also Europe.  I represent both soloists and ensembles. My ”stall” is presented here, with accompanying links to the web pages of the individual artists.  Please take a closer look at these wonderful artists and contact me for booking or any additional information you may require.

Strindvegen 38,  N-7052 Trondheim,  Norway

Tel: +47 7394 5269 : Mobile: +47 9321 0079 :  Email:




                                 Katrin Scholz, violin: Katrin, a native of Germany studied violin since the age of 5. She has won critical acclaim - ”passionate, warm, inspired.”  In addition to an active solo carrier, she is  currently

                                 the artistic director of the Berlin Chamber Orchestra as well as Professor at the University of Arts Bremen.




                                 Dena Piano Duo, Tina M Nilssen and her former professor at the University of fine Arts in Berlin, Heide Görtz, crashed onto the music scene in 2005 with the release of their warmly received CD of

                                 Grieg’s ”remix” of Mozart’s Piano Sonatas. "The Dena Piano Duo is the best possible advocate for Grieg's Mozart arrangements"..(The Pianist, UK)   Since then they have released 2 additional

                                 CD/Blueray recordings on 2L  (Lindberg Lyd).   Their latest release includes two works written for Dena Piano Duo by contemporary Norwegian composers, Terje Bjørklund and Wolfgang Plagge.




Representation in Norway:




                                 The Nash Ensemble of London, based in London this group of musicians, each ourtstanding in his/her own right, form the dynamic and flexible chamber group capable of performing virtually all of the

                                 chamber music repertory.  The leading violinist is Norway’s own Marianne Thorsen.  ”Towering performances” wrote one critic.





                                 Red Priest / Piers Adams, this fabulous group presents baroque music in a theatrical and entertaining setting while maintaining the highest standards of musicianship and authenticity. A quote from one

                                 of their reviews sums it up:  They... ”didn't so much breathe new life into Vivaldi as plunge an adrenaline-filled syringe into his heart .”





                                 Kol Simcha, based in Switzerland, this group of jazz musicians presents original music inspired by the European Jewish Klezmer tradition. It is music for all emotions and moods, from the melancholy

                                 to the ecstatic, and audiences love it!!  Their music has been described as everything from ”a new world music” (The Independent) to ”anatomically impossible” (Frankfurter Allgemein Zeitung).





                      Arve Tellefsen, violin : Arve is without a doubt the premier solo violinist of Norway. He is a warm, personal performer and is able quickly to establish a close rappport with the

                      audience making him very much in demand for smaller arrangements and festivals. In the course of his career he has played with virtually every major Euorpean orchestra and

                      conductor.  Through his long career he has been and continues to be an inspiration to several generations of young Norwegian musicians.  He plays a Guarneri del Gesu.


                      Tor Espen Aspaas, piano: Tor Espen is professor at Norwegian Academy of Music . He is a brilliant communicator, both musically as well as verbally.  It is perhaps fair to say

                      that his first love is French music and he has recorded the complete piano works of Dukas. However his recording ”The Mirror Cannon”, featuring works of the 1st and 2nd

                      Viennese Schools is an indication of both his intellectual as well as pianistic versatility.


                      He has recently held a solo recital at the Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York  (March 2013)



                                                                             Olavsfestdagene   (St. Olav’s Festival)


                                                                             Trondheim kammermusikk festival  (Trondheim Chamber Music Festival)


                                                                             Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition and Academy  (TICC and TICA)