Gala SW6 2018


Helen Constantine - Soprano Lirica



From an early age Helen Constantine travelled extensively and spent some of her childhood living in the Bahamas and the United States. 

She eventually returned to Britain from Jamaica in the late 70’s during the political upheaval where many had to leave the colony fearing for their safety. She has lived in the UK ever since.

Helen Constantine studied vocal technique in Naples (Italy) and Paris (France). During her stay in Paris, she studied Zen Buddhism, theology and philosophy.

 Helen Constantine has performed and organised a number of charity concerts and events in London.

Since 2004  Helen Constantine organised and coordinated with associates Galasw6 events for her community.

Helen Constantine began her vocal training as a contralto in Italy before being advised by several technical teachers in Paris to retrain as a soprano.

Helen  Elizabeth Constantine
  was born in Jamaica of Scottish and Portuguese/Spanish origin. Her colourful and rich family history goes back to the period of the Inquisition 

Helen made her debut in Paris before returning to London where she had her first recital at the South Bank. This was followed by a number of concerts at Leighton House and other venues in London.

Helen  has given her talent and music mostly to charity. She has written and composed a number of songs. She is also a very good lyricist

Helen Constantine - Soprano 

Will be singing 

First half

You Just You by Robert Stolz

Vissi D’Arte by Giacomo Puccini

Golden days by Sigmund Romberg

Second half

Kiss me Again by Victor Herbert

At Dawning by Charles Wakefield Cadman

Wanting you by Sigmund Romberg

Programme subject to change


Helen Constantine Soprano  Sings - You Just You  Written By Robert. Stolz  



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Recital London South Bank                                                                                Paris 1983