Nathan’s interest in music began at a young age. At 16, he enrolled at the Royal College of Music (Junior Department) to study classical piano and saxophone. It was also during this time that he began performing locally as a soloist/ accompanist and started to explore Jazz harmony/ improvisation.
At 18, he began undergraduate studies for a BA degree in Music at Bristol University; specializing in classical piano. Here, he developed his skills in performance/ interpretation as well as composition and sound production (Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Reason, Finale y Sibelius).
In 2007, Nathan moved to Barcelona and was accepted into the Conservatoire of Liceu to study a BMus degree in Jazz and Modern music (specializing in piano). It was here that he further developed his piano skills and explored advanced harmony, improvisation and composition. During his time in Spain, he also taught piano and harmony both privately and as a substitute teacher in the Conservatoire Junior Department. He gave concerts all around Spain and performed regularly throughout Barcelona (including the International Jazz Festival 2010).
In the summer of 2012, Nathan returned to England to develop his musical career further as a passionate educator, performer and composer