Georges Moreau was born in 1968 in the Belgian town of Bree. After his secondary education and extensive training at the music academy of Genk, he studied at the Royal Music Conservatory in Brussels and Antwerp consecutively. He obtained a total of six First Prizes and a Teaching Diploma.
In 1998, he completed his higher music education at the Lemmen Institute in Leuven where he graduated as a Master of Music for bass tuba and was awarded an advanced diploma in brass band management, both with High Distinction.
In 1990, Moreau was appointed teacher at the music academy in Tongeren and at the Music Conservatory of Hasselt. In 1999, he was invited to be guest professor at the Royal Music Conservatory in Brussels.
He began conducting at a very young age. He is currently conductor of the “Concordia van 1839” brass band orchestra in Hilvarenbeek where he won the national championship in 2005 in the advanced category and is also conductor of the Heineken brass band in Den Bosch. He is regularly invited as a jury member for competitions and festivals and he also often performs as a guest conductor. He has already played in nearly all European countries as well as the USA.
In July 1997 and 2001, Moreau successfully participated in the prestigious International Conductors Competition of the World Music Competition (WMC) in Kerkrade.
Since 1998, Moreau has been associated with music publisher Beriato, which publishes his works for wind orchestras and appointed him as producer and music director for the company’s CD recordings in 2000. He has also worked with the Rundfunk Brass Band Orchestra of Leipzig, The Danish Concert Band, the Groot Harmonieorkest van de Belgische Gidsen, the Swiss Symphonic Wind Band, the Flemish Brass Band Orchestra, the Polizei Musikkorps of Badem-Würtemberg, the wind band orchestra of the Antwerp Conservatory, Belgian Brass, etc.