A singer, songwriter, composer, performance creator and voice coach, with a background in theatre, Helen writes unaccompanied songs for voices and creates solo and group performances with Helen Chadwick Song Theatre.
Helen Chadwick has been commissioned to create song theatre performances for the Royal Opera House, English Touring Opera, Greenwich and Salisbury festivals, and has composed for the BBC, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre, where she is composing the songs for Light Shining In Buckinghamshire which opens in April.
She has recorded ten albums, including her latest House of Light. Helen is the founder with Thames Festival of the mass choir charity project Sing for Water. Helen Chadwick Song Theatre’s productions include:
War Correspondents - based on interviews with journalists working in conflict zones
White Suit - an outdoor show based on the testimony of a Colombian land mine survivor.
Helen also creates concerts and site-specific work and is touring a trio version of Dalston Songs, which was commissioned by the Royal Opera House. She has collaborated extensively with storytellers, including a performance on Aphrodite and the Gods of Love commissioned by the Getty Villa in Los Angeles. Her solo song theatre performances have toured in Europe and South America.