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A French pianist born in Paris, François Lambret studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris (CNSMDP) and at the Universität der Künste (UdK) in Berlin, a city from which he returned deeply marked by many successful artistic collaborations.
He has received the advice of eminent artists such as Menahem Pressler, Fou Ts'ong, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Ralf Gothóni and Hatto Beyerle, and has taught at length with prestigious ensembles such as the Ysaÿe Quartets and Artemis.
A passionate chamber musician and a sought-after partner with many collaborations, he is co-founder of the Trio Paul Klee, with whom he won several international prizes in 2011, including first prize at the Trondheim competition, and which has since led him to perform on various tours in England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Norway, Canada and Australia.
His world premiere recording of Alexandre Guilmant's pieces for harmonium and piano with the harmonist Kurt Lueders has been recognized by French critics and has been awarded "5 Diapasons".
His collaborations are broadcast several times by Japanese television NHK, France-Musique and Deutsche Welle, and his next concerts in 2012 will lead him to perform in Paris (Cité de la Musique, Salle Pleyel), Tokyo (Toppan Hall), Nagoya (Shirakawa Hall) and in the context of many European festivals where he regularly performs (Stavanger Festival, Meckenburg-Vorpommern Festival, HSBC Cheltenham Music Festival, Tivoli Concert Series, Palazzetto Bru Zane de Venise, Festival International de la Roque d'Anthéron, European Chamber Music Academy).