Helene Berger

 The pianist, an outstanding composer and arranger whose virtuoso transcriptions and arrangements are publishes Mario Bois.

Having trained by Micheline Ostermeyer, Berger was selected by Tatyana Nikolayeva for recording the fourth concert of Beethoven for "France Musique". She studied in the class of Aquiles Delle Vigne in the (Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris.

She has won several first prizes at the ENM in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, was awarded the Regional National Rueil-Malmaison, received a diploma Fund Romano Romanini in Italy . Among the countries where Berger has performed solo concerts - Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, Germany, Spain, Italy, Slovakia, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus and many others.

In addition to performing works by classical composers, also studied jazz with Claude Bolling, and then with Laurent de Wilde.

Helen's musical partners: François-René Dyushable in "Music Sport End"  for two pianos,"Biogroove Duо", Italy and Raquel Lojendio, mezzo soprano, Spain.

Since May 2001 g.Elen - pianist-arranger for large national theaters offices (Opera Compiegne, Bordeaux) Produced by Olivier Benezech. In addition to the entries for France Music, France2, RFI, TBS Japan, Berger has released three CD: "Henri Duparc" for publication "Salabert" (Ricordi), "Frank Roussel" in "Eden Rock'n'Roll" (Sony) and Orchestra Saratov under the leadership of Hugues Reine and CD "recital in duet" together with  (François-Rene Duchable).

Helen Berger is a professor of CRD (Conservatoire à Rayonnement Departemental) in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Issy-les-Moulineaux), France. Jury member of international competitions: Euroarts Leipzig, Torneo International di Musica, Osaka Competition, CNFPT, Concours Bellan, Concours Appassionato Guadeloup and many others. Founder and artistic director of the Cap Ferret Music Festival Music Festival (since 2011). Vice-president of the Concours International Leopold Bellan (from 2013)