Helen Tintes

Vienna Voce

Naples , FL, USA

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Teacher Type


Teaching Styles

Musical Theatre

Levels Taught

Young Artist/Emerging Pro
High School


Helen Tintes Biography

Helen Tintes is a versatile singer-actress who performs in opera, operetta and musical theater in roles including Carmen, Azucena (Il Trovatore), Suzuki (Madame Butterfly), Marcellina (Le Nozze di Figaro), the Witch (Hansel and Gretel) and Mme. Giry (The Phantom of the Opera). Tintes has performed with many European and USA companies, including the Gran Teatro del Liceu (Barcelona), Staatstheater Kassel (Deutschland), Theater an der Wien/Raimund Theater (Vienna), Chicago Opera Theatre, Light Opera Works (Chicago), F-M Opera (Minnesota), St. Petersburg Opera (FL), Gulfshore Opera (Fl). She has also sung at numerous European festivals, including the Monte Carlo Festival, Ascona Festival, Bodensee Festival and Fest in Hellbrunn/Salzburg. An international operatic highlight was performing with Gwyneth Jones in Strauss’ Elektra at the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona, Spain.

As a concert artist, Tintes has appeared as soloist with orchestras, fine arts series and universities throughout the USA and is a frequent recitalist in German Lied and Spanish/Latin American song. Recent Florida engagements include performances with Opera Naples in Bernstein's On the Town (Mme. Dilly), Gulfshore Opera in Verdi’s Rigoletto (Giovanna) and La Traviata (Annina) and Handel’s Messiah with the Ft. Myers Mastersingers (FL).

Tintes is a recognized voice teacher, who has taught at important conservatories and universities, including the Music and Arts Private University of Vienna (MUK), Northwestern University, the University of South Carolina (Columbia) and Ave Maria University. Through the prestigious Erasmus (European Union) program, she has performed and given masterclasses throughout Europe (Austria, Spain, Hungary, Estonia, Finland, Greece) and has also performed and taught in China. She is currently adjunct faculty at Florida Gulf Coast University (Ft. Myers, FL) and St. Leo University (Tampa, FL) and maintains residences in Vienna, Austria and SW Florida, where she recently began her private studio “Vienna Voce”. She was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholar Award to Greece and Spain in early 2023 where she taught American music and researched Sephardic vocal music.

Tintes is currently accepting private students both online and in-person in both SWFL and Vienna.