A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music London, Helen joins a distinguished alumni including Sir Elton John, Sir Simon Rattle and many more.
After a career as a professional opera singer performing at the major venues including English National Opera, the Linbury Studio-Royal Opera House at Royal Opera House and Garsington Opera, Helen also appeared in ‘Phantom of the Opera’. She recently gave a series of lectures on The History of Opera at the Bishopsgate Institute, London and is sought after as a speaker.
In addition, she is an experienced workshop leader., helping to transform businesses during Covid-19 and afterwards.
Singing lessons take place virtually and encompass:
Helen’s approach is adaptable and unique and she shares a powerful set of vocal techniques. Consequently, this enables you to be in control, free and happy.
If you’d like to brush up on your music theory, sign up for one of the music theory courses online.
Helen also lectures for Morley College London and Cambridge University. She teaches singing at the International School of London and conducts several choirs including City workplace choirs, Twickenham Chamber Choir and Bishopsgate Choir.
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“Astrid lives out her singing in her body as well as her voice” (La Rondine) The Times
“Helen Astrid distinguishes herself” (Die Ägyptische Helene) The Independent
“All the singers were equal to the demands of their roles particularly Helen Astrid” (Le Disgrazie d’Amore) Opera Magazine Festival issue
“Only Helen Astrid made much of on individual impression” (La Vie Parisienne) The Financial Times
“It’s amazing how much difference Helen makes. The phone lines have gone bonkers!” Vanessa Feltz, radio and TV presenter
“Helen should have her own TV show. She’s got an amazing voice” Paul O’Grady, TV host
“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