Momenteel is zij Docente Saxofoon aan de LUCA School of Arts van Leuven. After winning First Prize in Music Theory at the Royal Brussels Conservatory, Nadine Bal went on to further studies at the LUCA School of Arts in Leuven (where she won First Prize in Saxophone and Chamber Music and was awarded a Higher Diploma in Saxophone in Norbert Nozy’s class and First Prize in the History of Music in Yves Knockaert’s class). She also holds a Higher Diploma in Chamber Music from the Royal Brussels Conservatory (Arie Van Lysebeth’s class) and a performing musician’s diploma from the Maastricht Academy of Music (Norbert Nozy’s class, 1989). She is a Laureate of the National Music Competition of the Crédit Communal/ Gemeentekrediet (1980) and of the Horplait-Dapsens Competition (1992). She is a member of The Circling Saxes (a quartet) and frequently performs with the National Orchestra of Belgium. Nadine Bal has served several times as a member of the jury and of the arbitration committee of the Competition for Young Saxophonists and of the Adolphe Sax International Competition in Dinant. She also serves on the juries of HaFaBra (Harmonies, Fanfares, Brass Bands), which takes place in the provinces of East Flanders and West Flanders. She currently teaches the saxophone at the LUCA School of Arts in Leuven.