Natalie Goossens

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Life

Born: 12 October 1976

My name is Natalie Goossens. I’m a conductor and composer. Until December 31, 2009 I lived in the center of Brussels, where I worked as an educator at the Metropolitan Public Library. Besides my work in the library I was conductor of several choirs (women's choir Cantoremus, vocal ensemble Gaudeamus), singer in a chamber choir for contemporary music (Aquarius) and student composition in Antwerp. In recent years I obtained Master Degrees in Music Theory (1999), Harmony-Counterpoint-Fugue (1999) and Clarinet (2001), a certificate to the Library School (2007) and a Master in Composition (2009). In 2012 I also obtained a Bachelor Degree in Choir Conducting. End of 2010, I started with the NTI training Financial Assistant, consisting of the modules BKC (Basic Calculation) and BCB (Basic Accounting). In 2013 I obtained the PDB (Practice Book Keeping). After having lived in Zeist for two years, I now live in Duiven with my family (since late 2011). As a choir conductor I lead the choral rehearsals and performances of three choirs: the chamber choir Velps Kleinkoor in Velp, the vocal ensemble Avoce in Winterswijk and the mixed choir MoorSound in Veenendaal. Besides my job as a conductor, I arrange and compose new choral works.

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Publications

External links

http://www.nataliegoossens.nl