|Full Name||Helene Mercier Arnault|
|Birth Name||Helene Mercier|
|Father Name||François Mercier|
|Mother Name||Lucile Mercier|
|No Of Children||3|
|Awards||Prague International Chamber Music Competition,Knight of the Order of Arts & Letters|
|Education||Vincent-d'Indy Music School,University of Music and Performing Arts graduate|
|Date of Birth||February 5,1960|
|Married Date||September 23,1991|
Helene Mercier-Arnault, shortly known as Helene Mercier, is a Canadian Concert pianist, recognized for her piano duo performance with Louis Lortie, although she also acts as a soloist and has several accompanists as a solo artist.
Helene is one of the best recognized concert pianists in the world. Helene has performed at the ‘Theatre des Champs-Elysees’ and the ‘Theatre du Chatelet’ in Paris, the ‘South Bank Centre’ in London, the ‘Konzerthaus’ of Berlin including the ‘Gewandhaus’ of Leipzig in Germany, the ‘Villa Medici’ and the ‘Lingotto Auditorium’ in Italy, and at many other reputed theaters all over the world.
These visits surely have made some memory in people’s minds and they remember her for that.
Video: Helene Mercier and Bernault Arnault among World's top 10 richest couples
Beside this, she is also known for being the wife of one of the wealthiest people in the world, Bernard Arnault.
Though she is a fan favorite, she is not seen active in social media.
The reason she doesn't use social platforms might also the generation gap as she already a 60-year old woman who seems busy with her family and friends rather in social media.
Helene Mercier was born on the 5th of February, 1960, in Montreal(Quebec), Canada.
Helene Mercier is the descendant of Francois Mercier and Lucile Mercier. Helene rose with three older siblings. Her concern in music became visible when she was a teenager as Helene was a natural at composing music.
Just at the age of 6, Helene started training in music when she joined the ‘Vincent-d'Indy Music School’ in Montreal.
She was very young when acquired awards at the Quebec and Canadian music contests. When she was 15, Helene entered Dieter Weber’s session at the ‘University of Music and Performing Arts’ in Vienna, Austria.
After completing her study in Vienna, she flew to New York to attend the ‘Juilliard School of Music’ with Sasha Gorodnitsky.
Helene then won a scholarship following her test for the ‘Juilliard School of Music’. She remained there to study at the Pierre Sancan of the ‘National Conservatory of Music and Dance of Paris’.
Helene also studied with Germaine Mounier at the Ecole Normale de Musique.
Helene continued to train herself in her talent and stretches to run as a soloist, a pianist, and a musician all over the world.
She has co-operated with musicians and writers such as Maria Curcio, Stanislav Neuhaus, Gidon Kremer, and Henryk Szeryng with her time.
In 1990, she co-operated with Canadian–French pianist Louis Lortie on the performances of legendary musicians Ravel, Schubert, and Mozart. Their performance was registered under the trademark ‘Chandos’.
Helene co-operated with violinist Vladimir Spivakov to operate on a CD devoted to Ernest Chausson, under the label ‘Capriccio’ in 2008.
In 2012, she co-operated with virtuoso pianist and songwriter Cyprien Katsaris on the performances of Schumann and Brahms.
In 2014, she operated with the ‘BBC Philharmonic.’ In 2015, they concentrated on Rachmaninoff’s ‘Symphonic Dances’.
Between 2015 and 2017, Helene co-operated repeatedly on numerous recordings with Louis Lortie. At the same time, they performed with the ‘Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra’.
Helene and Louis’s performance gained both commercial and crucial progress. Ernest Chausson’s disc won the record “Choc” of “Le Monde de la Musique”. Helene has also colluded with pianists such as Boris Berezovsky and Frank Braley.
As a performing pianist, soloist, and musician, Helene has visited all over the world for her concerts. In Europe, she regularly performed at the ‘Theatre des Champs-Elysees,’ the ‘Theatre du Chatelet,’ and the ‘Salle Pleyel’ in Paris. She also played at the ‘South Bank Centre’ in London, and the ‘Konzerthaus’ in Berlin and the ‘Gewandhaus’ in Leipzig.
Helene also presents at the ‘Conservatory and Flagey Hall’ in Brussels, the ‘Rudolfinum’ in Prague, the ‘Megaron Hall’ in Athens, the ‘Villa Medici’ and the ‘Lingotto Auditorium’ in Italy. She has played in Monte Carlo, Geneva, Moscow, Warsaw, Madrid, and Sofia.
Helene has performed in some of the beautiful cities in Bergen, Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington, and New York as well.
She has given memorable concerts beneath the regulation of Zubin Mehta and the ‘Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.’ She has also co-operated with Kurt Masur at the ‘Champs-Elysees Theater’ in Paris.
Helene has worked with Vladimir Spivakov and the ‘Russian National Philharmonic Orchestra’. Helene has also appeared with orchestras such as the ‘Prague Philharmonia’, the ‘RAI National Symphony Orchestra’, the ‘Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra’, the ‘Minnesota Orchestra’, and the ‘Forth Worth Symphony’.
Similarly, in Canada, Helene has played under the regulation of Charles Dutoit, Trevor Pinnock, and Long Yu, in Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, and Montreal.
She has also co-operated with the Chinese band ‘Shanghai with the Shanghai Symphony’ in China.
Throughout her Japan tour, she performed her debut with the ‘New Japan Philharmonic’, beneath the regulation of Seiji Ozawa.
She has presented ‘Beethoven's Triple Concerto’ with Natalia Gutman and Salvatore Accardo, in alliance with the ‘Orchestre de Paris,’ beneath the command of Semyon Bychkov.
Helene has also worked with Vladimir Spivakov at the ‘Festival de Colmar’ and the ‘Rencontres Musicales d'Evian.’ She has operated with cellist Mstislav Rostropovich in Copenhagen and Paris.
Helene’s last performance was been in 2018 with Cyprien Katsaris at Hungarian Dances and 16 Waltzes, under the direction of Warner Classics label.
60 years old musician Helene Mercier's current net worth is $16 Billion.
She earned the money as a professional concert pianist and through her involvements in her husband Bernard Arnault's business.
|Approximated Net Worth in 2020||$16 Billion|
|Past Year's Net Worth (2019)||Unspecified|
|Yearly Salary||Under Survey|
|Source of Income||Concert Pianist (profession)|
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On the 23rd of September, 1991, Helene Mercier married business tycoon Bernard Arnault, who is one of the wealthiest men in the business world.
Arnault is the director and CEO of the richness assets conglomerate ‘LVMH,’ which holds labels such as ‘Louis Vuitton,’ ‘TAG Heuer,’ and ‘Benefit Cosmetics.’
Helene and Bernard have three sons, Alexander, Frederick, and John where Alexander is the first and oldest son born in 1992, Frederick the middle son born in 1994 and Joan the smallest among them born in 1998.
Their boys also love to compose music and are outstanding in their chosen art. Helene also has a stepdaughter, Delphine Arnault who is more of a businesswoman like her father.
|Height||5 feet 4 inches|
|Net Worth||$16 Billion|
What is Helene Mercier’s age?
Helene Mercier is 60 years old (as of February 2020).
Who is Bernard Arnault’s wife?
Currently, Bernard Arnault’s wife is Helene Mercier, whom he married in 1991 after divorce from his first wife Anne Dewavrin.
What is Helene Mercier Net worth?
Helene Mercier’s Net Worth is $16 billion.
How many children does Helene have?
Helene has three sons named Alexander, Frederick, and John with Bernard Arnault. She also has a stepdaughter, Delphine Arnault, and a step son Anoine Arnault.