Image: Lambert in mask


‘Spellbinding … a show to stir the soul and inspire the mind.’ Drowned in Sound

German neo-classical composer Lambert is the masked man at the piano. A character without history. A phantom haunting the space between romanticism and pop culture.

Wearing his characteristic Sardinian bull mask, ‘part Donnie Darko, part African warrior’ (Drowned in Sound), he appears on stage like a creature from another world. This is not your typical piano recital; and it’s not just the attire that’s changed. His music guides the listener through an intimate, emotional journey, traversing rhythm-oriented pop and classically rooted styles with ease. The grandiose simplicity of his compositions is enchanting. The blending of melancholic piano and bold theatricality entirely unique.

‘Exquisite solo piano.’ Mercury Kx

Lambert will be signing CDs in the ground floor foyer following the performance.

Melbourne Recital Centre in arrangement with Four Tone Artists



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