Nathanael Gouin-Mosse began his musical training from age 4, in a quite family since he started playing the piano alongside his mother. He subsequently joined the piano class of Francis Chaplin at the Conservatoire de Rouen. In 1996, he was admitted to the Toulouse Conservatory in the class of Frédéric Vaysse-Knitter and Thierry Huillet.
From the age of 10 years, Nathaniel has the privilege of living where his first stage experience as a soloist, he performed with the Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse, a work by Patrick Burgan led by Alain Moglia.
After a faultless, he won unanimously with honors, the first prize in piano accompaniment and the CNR of Toulouse in 2006. The same year and won the 3rd prize in the Concours International d'Arcachon. In 2007 he was unanimously admitted to the Paris Conservatoire de Paris, where he is currently pursuing his musical training in the class of Denis and Pascal Michel Beroff. In this academy, he began at the same time, the work of the Scripture, leads to the composition.
He is frequently invited by the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse to come and perform under the baton of Tugan Sokiev, and more recently with the Orchestre National d'Ile de France under the direction of Jean Lalo Shifrin or Deroyer. Over several experiments, it has to work with great personalities of music such as Dmitri Bashkirov, Pierre-Laurent Aimard or Claire Desert. He performs regularly in many festivals (Chopin Festival in Paris, Orangerie de Sceaux, Young talents) as well as resident ensembles of the festival La Roque d'Antheron in his trio Werther. He regularly performs with the youth of his generation as Fabrice Millisher (trombone), or William Chilemme (violin) for the Festival "To reach Rue" in Castres in 2008.
As one of the youngest participants, Nathaniel won the first prize at the Brahms Pörtschach (Austria) in September 2009. He also won in 2010, first prize in competitions of duets with William Chilemme Sweden. Then is the recipient of a scholarship that allows him to study at the Juilliard School in New York following the teachings of Matti Raekallio and Jerome Lowenthal. He is currently working alongside Elisso Wirssaladze Munich.
Last update on 01/19/2013