Frédéric Lambert received in 2011 a doctorate degree in viola performance at McGill University under the direction of Professor André Roy. His studies have allowed him to play in master classes for Robert Vernon, James Dunham, Steven Dann, Bruno Pasquier, Régis Pasquier and Ani Kavafian. In 2004, Frédéric Lambert and violinist Emmanuel
Vukovich played as soloists with the McGill Symphony Orchestra. This performance earned them the Prix Étoiles Galaxie of Radio-Canada.
Frédéric Lambert was a founding member of the Lloyd Carr-Harris String Quartet from 2002 to 2007. Grand Prize Winner and Gold Medal of the 2005 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition and winner of the 2004 Sir Ernest MacMillan Memorial Foundation, the Lloyd Carr-Harris String Quartet rapidly established as one of the most important string quartets in Canada, and participated in many competitions and festivals in Canada, France, England, Italy, United States and more recently, Australia.
Mr. Lambert is regularly invited to play with renowned ensembles such as Les Violons du Roy, la Société de musique contemporaine du Québec, the McGill Chamber Orchestra and Musicamerata. Since 2006, Frédéric Lambert has been a member of the Société de musique de chambre de Québec.
Over the past eight years, he has been a member of the group DRUZKOVKA, an ensemble which plays ‘worldbeat’ music. As a member of this group, Frederic Lambert writes arrangements and plays viola, violin and mandolin. Their critically acclaimed first album “Au Piano Rouge” was released in 2006. The group has participated in many festivals in Quebec and France.
Mr. Lambert joined the Molinari Quartet in the summer of 2007.