Vincent Mussat is very early passionate about the piano. He started his studies of music in Toulouse Conservatoire then went to CNSMD of Paris in 2014 in the class of Denis Pascal.
Curious to acquire a historical awareness of the repertoire, he became familiar with the practice of pianoforte and pianos of the Romantic era at the Abbey of Royaumont. He is laureate of the "Royaumont Foundation".
He has performed as a concerto soloistin the New Europe Chamber Orchestra in Mozart's 14th concerto, and recently with the Ensemble Appassionato in Chopin's 2nd concerto on the stage of the Seine Musicale in Paris.
During the 2016 edition of the Young Talent Festival, he took part in the tribute project to Henri Dutilleux for the centenary of his birth during a concert gathering works of the composer.
Vincent is invited to perform in many festivals in France, including "Music in D", "The Blue Season" of Toulouse, "Music in Lafrançaise", "Music Sundays" of Castres, "Toulouse Summer", "Soloists of tomorrow" in Vichy ...
A sought-after partner in chamber music, he collaborates with the musicians of the Nice Côte d'Azur Opera in a program around Poulenc's trio and sextet. The duo Morgen, whom he forms with the cellist Jérémy Garbarg, is a FNAPEC fellow. This duo has been invited to France Musique radio on the program "Génération Jeunes Interprètes".
In 2018, Vincent continues his musical development with Avo Kouyoumdjian at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. On the occasion of the Mel Bonis Festival, he plays with violinist Marianne Piketty and cellist Vida Vujic at the Radiokulturhaus during a concert broadcast on Viennese radio.