Helen Kemetinger completed her bachelor’s degree in music education and history, social studies / political education, was awarded by Univ.- Prof. Dr. Stan Ford teaches piano and is currently completing her master’s degree in music education and history, social studies / political education. In June 2019, she graduated with “Very Good” the focus module “Music and Movement for Elementary and Primary Schools at Music Schools” at the Carl-Orff-Institut Salzburg. During her bachelor’s studies, she worked as a children’s animator on the island of Usedom, in Tunisia and in Cyprus, where she looked after children and young people between the ages of 4 and 15. She was partly solely responsible for planning the daily routines, among other things she designed a large children’s party and staged a small music and theatre performance with children and young people of different ages. In the course of her bachelor’s studies, she also completed an internship, which was offered as part of a specialisation module “Language in Classes”. Here she taught children and young people with learning difficulties and carried out cognitive, social, playful and creative work. Since October 2019, she has been employed as a recreational assistant at the elementary school Maxglan 1 and enables the pupils to make their way to music with the Orff instrumentarium. Since 2020, she has also been able to act as a tutor and rhythm trainer for the youth courses of the Austrian Master Classes under the direction of Univ. Prof. Georg Steinschaden. Helen Kemetinger currently teaches music education at the Bundesrealgymnasium in Salzburg-Nonntal.