Helen Morin earned a Master of Music in Violin Performance with Lucia Lin at Boston University and holds a Bachelor of Music in Violin from Trinity College of Music, London, where she studied with John Crawford. Prior to her studies in the United States, Ms. Morin performed in Europe with the Britten Peers Orchestra, the Fine Arts Sinfonia of London, and as Concertmaster of the Trinity Sinfonia. Ms. Morin has been a guest artist at the Dartington International Music Festival, performed at the Brevard Music Festival, and toured Europe with the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra. She has performed at the London Festival Hall, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Queens House Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, and St. Johns Square. She is a recipient of the Cavatina Trust Award and the Licentiate Trinity College London Teaching Diploma (qualifying her to teach at university level in the United Kingdom.)

While in Massachusetts, she led the Civic Symphony Orchestra, MetroWest Orchestra, and spent five seasons as a first violinist with the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra. She was a featured artist in the Rimscha Concert Series and Director of the Hopkinton String Program.

Since moving to St. Augustine in September 2010, Helen has substituted on several occasions for the Jacksonville Symphony, freelances with local chamber orchestras in St. Augustine as well as in the Jacksonville area and has a private violin studio. She is a member of the Georgia Coastal Symphony and has performed as part of the St. Augustine Music Festival Orchestra. She currently teaches music at R.B. Hunt Elementary School in St. Augustine, where she has established an after school strings program, now in its fifth year, in St. Johns County School District.