Philippe Lamouris was born in 1991 in Hungary. He started taking music lessons at the age of 5. After studying piano with Hegedûs Ildikó and Balázs Mária at the Szabolcsi Bence music school, he continued his studies at the Bartók Béla Conservatory of Budapest, where he studied composition with Fekete Gyôr István and piano with Domokos Kinga and Csáky Katalin.
In 2009 he moved to Belgium to study at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel), where he obtained the degree “Master in Music – Composition” with great distinction in 2014 with professor Jan van Landeghem and in the degree “Master in Music – Piano” with great distinction in 2015 with professor Jan Michiels. In 2021 he obtained his Ph.D. in the Arts with the title: Beyond, A pianist-composer’s thoughts on musical simplexity, emotion and the soul.
Philippe Lamouris is a professor at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussels since 2016 and is currently teaching the courses encyclopedia and research, artistic research practices, analysis of musical forms, and orchestration. He also teaches improvisation and composition at the music academy of Schaarbeek and is the accompanist of the voice class.
His compositions have been awarded multiple prizes in various composition competitions in Europe, and have been performed in various concert halls during the last few years. He regularly performers as a soloist, playing music of the late romantic period, his own compositions, or improvisations.