The Helen Astrid Singing Academy is a teaching singing company in London. Run by top music professional Helen Astrid, students have access to exclusive singing opportunities.
Helen trains beginners, non-professionals and established singers. In addition, she can prepare you for ABRSM or Trinity Music examinations. Get ready to achieve top results! We coach in a range of languages from German, French, Italian and Russian. Students travel from Paris, Moscow, Dubai, Toronto, Hong Kong and Singapore.
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Helen trained at the Royal Academy of Music. She is respected as one of Britain’s leading musical figures as an expert on the singing voice. She regularly appears on television and radio and writes article on singing for your health here.
Helen and her team of associates deliver tailor-made team-building workshops for businesses. As a result of working with us, your team will work together more effectively encouraging peak performance with significantly improved health and well-being. Find out how your staff can benefit. See the options available.
An electric cast led this spell-binding production of Juniper Tree, directed by Donna Stirrup.
Performed at The Hammond Theatre in 2017 an outstanding cast included Mariya Krywaniuk, James Corrigan, Angus Whitworth (Head Chorister at Chapel Royal) and Rebecca Moon.
See our review in Opera Magazine.
Purcell’s classic masterpiece Dido and Aeneas in collaboration with St Mary’s University, Twickenham Preparatory School and a Russian ballet school was a highlight of the festival directed by Simon Iorio from Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
Twenty countries participated in the Rugby World Cup so we sang a song representing each nation. Conducted by the noteworthy Nicholas Cleobury support was gratefully received from the RFU and Richmond Council’s Civic Pride Fund.
Transform your Voice
“For the beginner or seasoned professional, Helen Astrid’s Singing Tips at your Fingertips is concise and informative. If you want to knock ’em dead at your local karaoke bar, this short, knowledgeable and very readable book can help you get started.”
Gary Lachman, The Guardian
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