Helen Coleman: Vocalist. Television and Radio Voice Overs. Session recording artist.
Helen Coleman is a formally trained Classical vocalist who has performed both nationally and internationally.
With a blues tinged voice and a natural gift for many other styles from Jazz and Blues to Gospel, some of her most popular recordings are the vintage New York style songs of the 1930s and 40s – these are swinging shuffle tunes such as Stormy Weather, first performed at the Cotton Club and later made famous in the movie, and the Billie Holiday favourites, “Lover Man” and “Good Morning Heartache”.
Helen Coleman is available for session recording, and for performance at Weddings, Celebration of Life, Christenings, events, Opening or formal ceremonies, Anzac Day Services, as well as other less formal functions and venues.
Other performances can range from nostolgic and entertaining Morning Melodies, romantic performances for Valentines Day functions, through to lively or reverent Christmas events, and solo performances at local Council evenings of Christmas Carols. With a varied repertoire, and the ability to provide other soloists, groups of singers, Helen can provide a wide variety of entertainment tailored for the occasion, and is always willing to travel and perform for Charity events.
Beautiful, uniquely crafted arrangements of works such as Ave Verum and Panis Angelicus are her hallmark, as are the timeless standards made famous during the Golden Era of Hollywood or by the fabulous Ladies of Jazz.
A performance by Helen Coleman will make any occasion individual and memorable.
Photograph: Helen Coleman singing for Tour De Cure