Ollie Lambert is a composer specialising in vocal repertoire. His work has been performed across the UK by the BBC Singers, Canterbury Cathedral Choir, and The Hallé Corporate & Youth Choirs amongst others. His passion for vocal music stems from his experience singing seven services a week as Deputy Senior Chorister of Canterbury Cathedral. Ollie currently sings in The Hallé Choir and spent a year as administrative assistant for The Hallé Youth Choirs. As well as his contribution to vocal repertoire, Ollie is also an in-house arranger for electric and acoustic string group 'String Infusion', and has written for the RNCM Film Orchestra, the RNCM Brand New Orchestra, and members of the English Chamber Orchestra.
In 2016, Ollie first had the inspiration to create a touring project based around the discovery of rarely heard folk songs, while arranging a folk song, ‘Homeward Bound’, for Irish a cappella ensemble, Ardú. Come 2018, Ollie is in his final year studying composition at The Royal Northern College of Music and has established an 8-part a cappella ensemble, ‘The Apex Singers’ to bring this concept to life.