Helen has studied singing with many teachers, including Anne MacMillan, Eileen Price, Elaine Pearce, Ludovic De San, Stephan Van Dijk, Marie-Martine Degueldre, Margarida Natividade, Lena Lootens, Beatrijs De Vos, Rita Dams, Diane Forlano and Dirk Snellings. She currently studies with Eunice Arias in Brussels. She has attended singing masterclasses with Christian Immler, Wynford Evans, Charles Brett, Isabel Garcisanz, Udo Reinemann, Nicolau de Figueiredo and Alexander Oliver.
During her studies at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, she sung the alto solos in many cantatas by J.S.Bach and Buxtehude, J.S.Bach’s Ascension Oratorio and Handel’s Messiah (in Brussels, Eupen and Graz), with the Studio de Musique Baroque of the conservatoire, directed by Bernard Woltèche. At the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, she performed Ravel’s Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé with the Contemporary Music Ensemble, conducted by Bart Bouckaert. As a soloist of the Choeur de Chambre de Namur, she has performed the Zeuge I and Magd II small solos in J.S.Bach’s St.Matthew Passion, conducted by Eduardo López-Banzo, in Madrid, Zaragoza and Brussels. She has performed Mozart’s Missa brevis in G and Schütz’s Musikalisches Exequien. In 2008 she performed three Rossini coloratura arias with the Dendermonds Symfonisch Orkest and the Vocaal Ensemble Seicento, conducted by Patrick Moeyaert. In March 2010 she gave a solo recital in the Provinciehuis in Gent, as part of the Jonge Oost-Vlaasmse Solisten series, with her husband and pianist Jan Moeyaert.