• Ieva Saliete
  • Meret Lüthi
  • Gerd Bachmann
  • Sabine Stoffer
  • Germán Echeverri
  • Stéphanie Erös
  • Charlie Fischer
  • Spot on Early Music
  • Gustav Friedrichson
  • Lucia Giraudo
  • Gabriele Gombi
  • Daniela Helm
  • Matthias Jäggi
  • Oriana Kriszten
  • Benoît Laurent
  • Linda Mantcheva
  • Anne Parisot
  • Love Persson
  • Rebecca Rosen
  • Thomas Steinbrucker
  • Martin Sillaber
  • Sonoko Asabuki
  • Rebekka Brunner
  • Joan Calabuig
  • Michele Fattori
  • Vincent Flückiger
  • Alexandre Foster
  • Christian Holenstein
  • Alvaro Iborra Jimenéz
  • Jonas Krebs
  • Shai Kribus
  • Javier Lopez Sanz
  • Rachel Stroud
  • Julian Behr
  • Denis Dafflon
  • Emma van Schoonhoven
  • Margit Übellacker
  • Matthias Müller
  • Shizuko Noiri
Daniela Helm

Daniela HelmViolin

Spot on: red hair, bubbling energy and musical herb witch

Daniela Helm was born in a family of violinists from Mainz. After studying music and gaining practical experience in a radio orchestra, she discovered her true destiny: the baroque violin and the sound of gut strings.

This led her to the Freiburger Barockorchester in 1992, and later to Anima Eterna in Bruges and to Les Passions de l'Âme. The orchestras' repertoire includes styles from baroque to impressionism on period instruments.

Daniela Helm has a special affinity for early baroque chamber music. Traditional music from Ireland, the Scandinavian countries and South America also fascinates her. She fulfils this passion in the ensemble Los Ympossibles.

She conveys her enthusiasm to students at courses including: Ensemble Academy Freiburg, National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands, at the University of Mexico City and the University of Brasilia/Brazil.

Since 2012, Daniela Helm has been a trained teacher for resonance theory (applied music physiology) founded by Thomas Lange.