For the London College of Music (LCM) Winter Practical Exams Session taking place at the Malta Society of Arts in October 2019, the examiner will be Richard Lambert (biography below).
The session will take place between 7 and 31 October at Palazzo de La Salle, Valletta. A total of 409 students will sit for the LCM exams in this session: 385 in the different Grades and 24 in the Diplomas.
Richard Lambert Biography
Richard is an experienced composer, organist and conductor, whose compositions have been performed in the UK, Europe, North and South America, Africa and S.E.Asia.
Lambert is a Senior Examiner, Trainer and Moderator for the London College of Music at the University of West London, travelling, since 1989, to many centres in the UK, Europe, North and South America, Africa and S.E.Asia. He continues to enjoy this work, drawing on his long experience of music-making and working with young people.
Richard’s teaching career has spanned 34 years in four schools (32 of which were as Director of Music) culminating at St Helen’s School in Northwood, London. Richard has written a highly successful GCSE music guide, published by Longman (Pearson Education), and he is a member of both PRS (Performing Rights Society for Music) and ALCS (Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society Ltd). In 2011 he was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and in 2015 he was awarded a Fellowship of the London College of Music in composition.
For more details, please visit: www.richardlambertmusic.co.uk/biography