The Amsterdam born Dutch-Japanese Conductor Kent Moussault is studying orchestral conducting at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague with Jac van Steen and Kenneth Montgomery. Previously, he also studied composition at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Willem Jeths, Joël Bons and Wim Henderickx.
Kent won the first price at the Young Conductors Award 2016 in Hilversum.
He conducted several professional orchestras. For example The Hamburger Symphoniker (DE) The Metropole Orchestra(NL), the Dutch Royal Military Band (KMKJWF), Savaria Symphony Orchestra (Hu), Instituzione Sinfonica Abruzze (IT) and the Noord Nederlands Orkest (NL).
Furthermore, he was assistant of Jac van Steen with the Ulter Orchestra(UK), Orkest van het Oosten(NL), and the New Japan Philharmonic(JP)
Currently Kent is working on a regular base with contemporary composers and conducted several world premieres.
In 2016 he received a scholarship for the Wagner Festival in Bayreuth provided by the International Association of Richard Wagner Societies.
Kent received financial support from the Kersjesfonds for several occasions during his study.
Angeliki is a Greek choir conductor, soprano and music pedagogue. She studied singing and choir conducting at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague (NL), choir conducting and music pedagogy at the Liszt Academy of Music (HU) and musicology/music pedagogy at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR) and received many scholarships during her studies.
Angeliki has been working with various choirs in the Netherlands and in Hungary. She is the conductor of the Nieuw Kamerkoor Delft and of the Amsterdams Studenten Projectkoor. As part of masterclasses she has worked with professional choirs, such as the Cappella Amsterdam,
the Helsingin kamarikuoro and the Det Norske Solistkor.
As a soloist and an ensemble singer Angeliki maintains a busy schedule. She has sung in productions with the Groot Omroepkoor, the project Meesters & Gezellen 2016, the Orkest de Ereprijs under the baton of conductors such as Daniel Reuss, Sigvards Klava, Michael Gläser and Bernard Haitink.
Since 2016 Angeliki teaches at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague (music theory, aural skills, analysis, ensemble leading and choir).