Richard Lambert Music
Dr Jung-A Lee introducing Richard on screen, in absentia, prior to giving the premiere of Toccata for organ (Op.57 No.1) at St Andrew's Church, Newport Beach, CA.
Richard worked with Dr Jung-A Lee on his Toccata for organ (Op.57 No.1) in St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Newport Beach, LA on 6 February. The premiere was there on 19 February.
Richard and Rachel, on holiday in Prague, visited both the Dvorak and Smetana museums, and discovered houses and lodgings for Beethoven, Dvorak and Martinu. The highlight of the trip was a performance of Die Zauberflöte in the Estates Theatre, where Mozart conducted the premieres of both Don Giovanni and La Clemenza di Tito.
Representing the LCM, Richard presents an LLCM diploma in Piano duet performance to Chantal Mangion and Karen Gafa' at the LCM Graduation Ceremony at the Malta Society of Arts, Valletta, after their stunning performance of two Brahms Hungarian Dances.
Richard was a jury member for the first International Young Talent Competition, at Akatlar Cultural Centre, Istanbul, Turkey.
This is a piano competition for ages 5 to 13 to promote and support music education for non-conservatory music students. Created by Dr. Benal Tanrisever at BT Muzik, (seen centre) it is organized with support from Istanbul Cultural Arts Foundation, with support from the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth.
The other jury members were Dr Justas Dvarianos (Vice President of EMCY, Lithuania; left) and Dr Yesim Gurer (Director of Istanbul Muzik Festivali; third from left).
The Chopin and George Sand cell in the former Carthusian monastery in Valldemossa, Mallorca.
Richard performs Criss Cross (Op.37 No.1) for Lim Chong Hin at his studio in Penang, Malaysia.
Richard plays Criss Cross (Op.37 No.1) for Chin Fui Li at JYKlasik, Penang, Malaysia.
Composition workshop at Joel Aw’s studio, La Viva Musica, Tanjung Bungah, Penang, Malaysia.
Richard with Miriam Butler and her student Buhan Turgut (basso continuo) at Karmi (Karaman) village church, near Kyrenia, North Cyprus, and a newspaper review of the concert.
Review of the International North Cyprus Music Festival at Bellepais Monastery, near Kyrenia, which included a performance of Bassoon Sonata (Op.36) by Miriam Butler (bassoon) and the composer (piano).
Richard’s opera The Yellow Dress (Op.42) was first performed at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London. Photos were taken at the dress rehearsal, and from across the river.
Richard plays the organ at Trinity Methodist church, Singapore (photo reproduced by kind permission of Trinity Methodist church, Singapore).
Richard plays the organ at Kampong Kapor Methodist church, Singapore.
Brett Bachus, Director of Bachus Conservatory, Austin, Texas, gave the first performance of Ostinato download, Tallat Tune No.6 (Op.37 No.6). He joined the composer for a performance of Abigail’s Jig for piano (four hands) (Op.10 No.2b). Richard also played Criss Cross, Tallat Tune No.1 (Op.37 No.1).
The composer performs Abigail’s Jig for piano (four hands) (Op.10 No.2b) with Cecilia Ramirez, Director of Music at Markham College, Lima, Peru, where he gave a composer masterclass. Richard also gave the first performance of Criss Cross, Tallat Tune No.1 (Op.37 No.1).
The Hong Kong Graduation Ceremony for London College of Music graduates (University of West London) after Intrada: ‘The Victor’s Palm’ (Op.50) was performed.
The photo shows (centre to right): Dr Chu Ching Hong, director of Happy Sound Music, Hong Kong and Macau, LCM HK representative and Chairman of the Hong Kong Musician Association; Professor John Howard, Director of LCM Examinations; and teacher Ho Man-yiu, Victor, conductor of the South Hong Kong Island Youth Concert Band.
Maytime Concert of Words and Music at St John's Church, Batheaston, near Bath.
First performances of The Great Wheel of the Sun (Op.8c) and Voluntary in B flat for trumpet and organ (Op.34 No.1), as well as performances of Adagio and Scherzo (Op.7), ...in the silence of the night (Op.27 No.4a), Wedding March in F (Op.28 No.3), the first movement of Piano Sonata (Op.21) and In Memoriam (Op.29 No.1). With Lesley Shrigley Jones (cello) and Tom Ashby (trumpet).
Humoresque was performed by Miriam Butler (bassoon) at a poetry evening at the Goethe Zentrum in Nicosia, Cyprus. Miriam is pictured with poet Bjoern Kuhligk.
Performance of In memoriam (Op.49) by the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas (D.M. Major Wayne Hopla) at a memorial service for John W. Davis at the Bath and West show near Shepton Mallet.