Helen Astrid live on BBC World News. Here she is interviewed by Kate Singleton. Visit BBC website for more singing related topics. Hear these choirs sing for joy and well-being For more information on Helen Astrid click here
Helen Astrid was in the eye-opening series “‘What the Butler Saw”‘. She coaches a family from South-East London on how to sing in public. Broadcast on Channel 4 in November 2008. More information on Helen Astrid here.
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What people say
I originally wanted to have lessons purely for the joy of learning a skill. I'm delighted to find myself in Helen's very capable hands. She clearly knows what she's talking about and is a true professional. She quickly puts me at ease, gives me confidence, and helps me understand both my range and which songs suit my voice. I'm motivated and energised afterwards.
Michael Nealon, bass chorister
Learning to sing with Helen has been one of the best things I’ve ever done. She has a real talent for making the learning process great fun and I always end the session feeling energised and uplifted.
Dr Gillian Tomlinson, MBChB, BSc, MRCP(UK)
Helen is patient, supportive, encouraging and utterly professional. I gave myself 10 lessons and am still having them after 20 years. There can't a better accolade for a teacher than that.
Jill, Dr of Philosophy, B.Sc, PhD, AKC, MS Biol, C Biol.
Singing makes me feel happier and healthier. I feel very positive after each session.
Dasha, Intensive Care Nurse
Helen's patience, strength, trust and encouragement is both thrilling and inspiring.
Learning with Helen is an immensely healing and pleasurable experience.
Learn how to transform and empower your voice.
"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."