Morane Cohen-Lamberger has worked for more than half a decade with some of the UK’s finest orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and the BBC Symphony & Philharmonic Orchestras.
Born in France, Morane holds a BA in Musicology from the Sorbonne, Paris (2012). She then moved to London to attend the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where she was awarded a Master of Music (2014) and a two-year fellowship, while being accepted into some of the most prestigious orchestra academies in London.
She plays a Charles Jacquot violin (c1840-45), courtesy of the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation.
‘I wanted to share with you that thanks to your amazing violin, my first two auditions back after Covid have been a success! I have got a trial with LPO, tutti 1st violin (the audition was in November 2021) and only just a few days ago, a trial for the N.3 1st violin position of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. I’m very proud and grateful to be able to play this great violin, so a huge thank you from me!’