The Helen Astrid Singing Academy is a teaching singing company in London. This is run by top music professional Helen Astrid. Here students have access to exclusive singing opportunities.
We coach in a range of languages. These include German, French, Italian and Russian. Most of our clients travel from Paris, Moscow, Dubai, Toronto, Hong Kong and Singapore. The Helen Astrid Singing Academy teaches beginners, non-professionals and established singers. In addition, we can prepare you for the ABRSM or Trinity Music examinations. As a result of learning with us, you will be prepared and ready to achieve excellent results with top grades.
Helen trained at the world-leading Royal Academy of Music. She is highly respected as one of Britain’s leading musical figures. As a result of her expertise and knowledge on the singing voice, she regularly appears on television and radio. She is also sought after as a keynote speaker at conferences and after-dinner events.
In autumn 2018, Helen will be giving a series of Opera Appreciation Talks for those who would love to learn more about this mysterious and magical art form. The content includes a brief history of the birth of opera in Italy during the late-Renaissance through to modern and contemporary opera based on current affairs, world wars and tabloid stories. To book, click here.
Helen also has a team of associates who deliver tailor-made team-building workshops for businesses. As a result of working with us, your team will function more effectively encouraging peak performance. Singing also promotes health and well-being amongst staff. As you are here, please see our range of singing workshops.
An electric cast led this spell-binding production of Juniper Tree, a Brothers Grimm fairytale. Performed at The Hammond Theatre in March 2017 as part of the Music and Drama Festival in Richmond-upon-Thames. An outstanding cast included Mariya Krywaniuk, James Corrigan, Angus Whitworth (Head Chorister at Chapel Royal) and Rebecca Moon. Directed by Donna Stirrup and conducted by Andrew Langley.
Here is a review in Opera Magazine.
We are grateful to have received generous support from The Hinrichsen Foundation, The Anglo-American Music Trust, The English-Speaking Union and Morrisons Solicitors. Further funding was gratefully received from the RFU, Civic Pride Fund and local schools.
A highlight of the festival was Purcell’s classic masterpiece Dido and Aeneas. This was a collaboration with St Mary’s University. In addition, children from Twickenham Preparatory School and also a Russian ballet school featured alongside professionals. Directed by Simon Iorio from Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
And during the Rugby World Cup, we ran a series of singing workshops. Since there were 20 countries participating, we sang a song representing each nation. Conducted by the noteworthy Nicholas Cleobury. Further support from the RFU and Richmond Council’s Civic Pride Fund was received.
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“For the beginner or seasoned professional, Helen Astrid’s Singing Tips at your Fingertips is concise and informative.
If you want to aim for the Grammys or merely 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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