For many years, Canadian pianist Anthony Lampron has worked as an accompanist, repetiteur and vocal coach. In the course of his practice, he has developed a strong affinity for vocal repertoire, coupled with a keen interest in languages and their use. In addition to his work as the accompanist with the Choeur classique de l'Outaouais, the Ottawa classical choir and the University of Ottawa choir, he has worked with several singers and choirs, including the Choeur de l'Orchestre Symphonique de Gatineau, the Choeur d'enfants de l'École Massé and the choir La Chanterelle de la Lièvre, which he accompanied on a musical tour of France and Spain in 2018.
As soloist, he was heard at the Candlelight concerts in Ottawa and Montreal in the Tribute to Coldplay and Tribute to Elton John concerts. He also played the solo celesta part in Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker ballet presented by the Orchestre symphonique de Gatineau in 2021. In addition to his solo commitments, he accompanied the ballet classes of The School of Dance in Ottawa in 2021-2022. Previously, he had worked in July 2018 at Corso di Perfezionamente in Italy and in July 2017 at the Bologna International Opera Academy in Italy as well as at McGill University, from 2013-2015.
His performances as a repetiteur include operas, operettas and musicals. On the opera side, there has been Falstaff (Verdi), L'Heure espagnole (Ravel) and Cavalleria rusticana (Mascagni) with the Théâtre d'art lyrique de Laval. With the Atelier Lyrique de Chambly, he was able to tackle the operettas La Chauve-Souris (Strauss), La Périchole (Offenbach) and Les Bavards (Offenbach). The musicals Wicked (Schwartz) and Il était un pois ... (Rodgers) were rehearsed with the University of Montreal's Musical Theatre.
After his studies in interpretation piano at the University of Montreal, he perfected his vocal coaching skills with pianists Denyse Saint-Pierre, Esther Gonthier and Byron Knutson in Berlin, Germany. In September 2022, he undertakes his master's degree in piano accompaniment at the University of Ottawa under the direction of pianist Frédéric Lacroix.