Born in 1988, Nathanaël Gouin-Mossé studied at the Conservatoire Regional of Rouen and pursued his studies in Toulouse during 9 years. He has been accepted at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique of Paris in the class of Michel Beroff, Denis Pascal and Eric Le Sage and received a Master’s degree of Piano before joining the postgraduate cycle. He received the advices of renowned musicians such as Jean Claude Pennetier, Pierre Laurent Aimard, Elisso Wirssaladze, Rena Sherechevskaya, Claire Désert or still Dimitri Bashkirov. He is a prize-winner of several international competitions, such as “Johannes Brahms” Competition of Pörtschach – Austria – (1st price), Duo Competition of Sweden (1st Price) with Guillaume Chilemme violin). He is a prize-winner of the ” Banque Populaire ” Foundation in 2011.
He performs in several concerts in France and on festivals stages such as the Folles journées of Nantes, Roque d’ Anthéron Festival, Toulouse d’Été, Festival of Sully , and with numerous orchestras . As a chamber musician, he created in 1998, a piano violon duet with Guillaume Chilemme. Nathanaël Gouin recorded two CDs with Fabrice Millischer (Trombone) In september 2013 he will study at the Queen Elizabeth Music Chapel in Belgium under the direction of Maria Joao Pires.