Hélène Walter

Hélène Walter
Hélène Walter - ©Capucine de Chocqueuse

Hélène Walter was trained at the Swiss Music Schools where she graduated with the highest distinctions. She is a laureate of various international competitions in Italy, Portugal and Switzerland, among others.

She has performed at the Müpa in Budapest, the Palau de la musica in Barcelona and the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées under the direction of Marc Minkowski, Fabien Gabel and Jean-Claude Malgoire.

In Mozart’s opera, she played Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), Sandrina (La finta giardiniera), Susanna, then the Countess (Le Nozze di Figaro). There is also Mélisande (Pelléas et Mélisande, Debussy).

The baroque, classical, romantic and contemporary concert repertoire is also dear to her. She has performed Bach’s Mass in B, the Passions, the Christmas and Easter Oratorios, notably with the musicians of the Louvre, Spirito, the Orchestre d’Auvergne and the Pygmalion ensemble.

She made two first recordings at the prestigious Château de Versailles with the Chapelle Harmonique and more recently with the Chapelle Rhénane.

Hélène Walter has perfected her skills with Teresa Berganza, Alessandra Rossi and Raul Gimenez.

Hélène Walter's appearances during the Prangins Baroque Festival include:
Tuesday's concert (2022)
Les Jardins d'Illusions (2023)

This summary was written during her/his last engagement with Prangins Baroque and certainly no longer reflects her/his current career. For current information on her/his career, please see these official pages:

  • Municipality of Prangins
  • la Mobilière
  • Château de Prangins - Swiss National Museum
  • Denogent
  • Fondation Goblet