The Belgian soprano Hilde Coppé graduated from the Royal Conservatories of Ghent and Brussels, where she studied with Lydia Lesage and Dina Grossberger. She also specialised in operatic performance, Ronny Lauwers being one of her teachers. She continued her training at the Conservatory of Tilburg, where she was awarded the performance diploma magna cum laude. She took master classes with Jessica Cash in London, and further perfected her professional skills with teachers such as Jos Van Immerseel, Noëlle Barker, Vera Rosza and Sarah Walker. Since 1995 she has been coached by the voice pedagogue Tuan Sieuw Loh. Hilde Coppé regularly performs as a soloist with choirs and ensembles in performances of the Passions and oratorios by composers such as Bach, Mendelssohn, Telemann, Fauré, Gounod, Mozart, Haydn, Handel, Schubert and others. She has worked together with conductors such as Grant Llewellyn, Eric Lederhandler, Laslo Heltay, Alexander Rahbari, Patrick Peire, Koen Kessels, Johan Duijck, Etienne Siebens, Ludo Claesen, and David Angus.