Lisa-Beth Lambert

Lisa-Beth Lambert
First Violins

Violinist Lisa-Beth Lambert was a member of the National Symphony from 1995 to 2001 as well as a member of the Philadelphia Orchestra for fourteen seasons.

An active chamber musician, Ms. Lambert has appeared at the Marlboro Music Festival, the Kingston Music Festival (RI), the Bravo Vail Festival, on Marlboro's Fiftieth-Anniversary recording, and at the White House. She has toured with the Brandenburg Ensemble, performed and recorded with the Smithsonian Chamber Players, and frequently appeared on the series of the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, Philadelphia Chamber Ensemble, and Philadelphia Art Museum. As soloist she has performed with numerous orchestras including the National Symphony Orchestra, and presented the Mozart sonata cycle with pianist Lambert Orkis at several East Coast venues.

A graduate of the Curtis and Cleveland Institutes of Music, her teachers included Jaime Laredo, Yumi Ninomiya Scott, Donald Weilerstein, and Ronda Cole, with whom she began studying at age three.  In addition to teaching privately, Ms. Lambert is on the faculty of the Credo Oberlin Festival and the MasterWorks Festival, and also created and directed the Intensive Study Program at the MasterWorks Festival.