Helen Massey studied singing at the Royal College and Royal Academy of Music where she held Exhibition and EMI scholarships. Whilst at the RCM Helen won the Peter Pears Duo and English Song prizes. She was also the soprano soloist in concerts at the RCM and Kings College, Cambridge for Sir David Wilcox, and played the role of Emmie in Sir Thomas Allen's directorial debut production of Benjamin Britten's, Albert Herring.
Recent concert appearances include Haydn's St. Nicholas Mass and Beatus Vir by J. C. Bach in Glasgow Cathedral, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in St. John’s, Smith Square and Handel’s Messiah in Truro Cathedral.
Other appearances include, Haydn's Nelson Mass, Bach's St. John Passion, Dvorak’s Te Deum, Handel’s Dixit Dominus and English Song at the Barbican. Performances in 2008 include Carmina Burana at Eton College and Mozart’s Exultate Jubilate at Southwell Minster.
On the operatic stage, Helen has performed the roles of Blonde in Abduction from the Seraglio, Oscar in Verdi's A Masked Ball and Lucy Lockit in Britten's The Beggar's Opera with Surrey Opera; Frasquita in Lakeland Opera's production of Carmen; Flaminia in Haydn's Il Mondo della Luna at the Iford Festival and Susanna in Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro with Opera Brava.
In January 2008, Helen will enroll at the prestigious Cardiff International Academy of Voice run by Dennis O’Neill.