Jacqueline Lambart (Age: 35)
Jacqueline Lambart was born in Berlin, where she had violin lessons with Prof.Marianne Boettcher (University of Arts Berlin) and later Prof.Tomasz Tomaszewski. She began her studies with Prof. Marco Rizzi at „Hochschule für Musik Detmold“ and continued at „Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana“ with Prof. Carlo Chiarappa with whom she received her Master Degree, and is a graduate of „University Mozarteum Salzburg“. She has participated in masterclasses with Ivry Gitlis, Valery Gradow, Eberhard Feltz, Vienna Piano Trio and Auryn Quartett, and is a scholarship recipient from Schweizer Interpretenstiftung, Gubler Halblützel Stiftung, Hirschmann Stiftung Schweiz and Albert-Eckstein-Instrumentenstiftung. In 2009 she won 1st prize at the „Credit Suisse Lugano“ Competition and 2nd prize at the „Schmolz Bickenbach Wettbewerb“ with her Piano Trio, and is prize winner of the „Guido Papini Concorso“ and „16th International Music Competition Euterpe“ in Italy. In 2013 she was selected as one of 32 Musicians to play at the Zermatt Festival with the members of Berliner Philharmoniker. Her orchestral experiences, among others includes Staatsphilharmonie Nürnberg, Luzern Sinfonieorchester, Orchestra Mozart, Dortmunder Philharmoniker and Göttinger Symphoniker.