Nathanaël Gouin


Nathanaël Gouin is one of the most promising pianists of his generation. A much sought-after soloist and chamber musician, Gouin regularly performs in Europe, Asia and in the United States. He appeared at the La Roque d’Anthéron Festival and at La Folle Journée in Nantes, performed in the Philharmonie de Paris, Cité de la Musique, in the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels and in Salle Rameau in Lyon. He works with many orchestras, including the Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège, Orchestre National d’Ile-de-France, Brussels Philharmonic and with the Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra. As chamber musician he has performed with Gary Hoffman, Augustin Dumay, Jean-Claude Pennetier, José van Dam, Michel Dalberto and Raphaël Sévère. Released in 2016, the artist’s recording of Edouard Lalo’s Piano Concerto in F minor with Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège under the direction of Jean-Jacques Kantorow received excellent reviews, like his latest album, titled Liszt Macabre, recorded in 2017 for the Mirare label. Nathanaël Gouin is a graduate of conservatories in Toulouse and Paris, and also of the Juilliard School of Music in New York. He also attended the Hochschulen für Musik in Freiburg and Munich, and also the Academy of Music in Villecroze. During his artistic residence at the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth institute in Brussels, Gouin studied under the tutelage of Marii-João Pires. He also had the opportunity to consult with such renowned musicians as Jean-Claude Pennetier, Louis Lortie, Avedis Kouyoumdian and Dmitri Bashkirov. Nathanaël Gouin is a laureate of many international competitions, including the Johannes Brahms International Competition in Portschäch (Austria) – 1st prize, the International Duet Competition in Sweden (1st prize) and the International Chamber Music Competition in Lyon. The artist received scholarships from the Banque Populaire Foundation and the Meyer Foundation and is a resident of the Singer-Polignac Foundation as a member of the Brahma Quartet.

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