Mathilde Lambert began training at the Washington School of Ballet, directed by Kee-Juan Han. Shortly after moving to Paris, she joined the CRR de Paris before training professionally at La Scala Ballet School in Milan, Italy. She then joined the Dutch National Ballet as a trainee. She received a direct entry award to the summer intensive at The Royal Ballet School. At 18, she became an apprentice with Northern Ballet, in Leeds, England. She danced in David Nixon’s The Little Mermaid as well as in Kenneth MacMillan’s Concerto, and the title role in Northern Ballet’s Ugly Duckling. Mathilde continued her career dancing with Columbia Classical Ballet where she performed the roles of Snow White in Mark Diamond’s ballet, the Snow Queen in Radenko Pavlovich’s The Nutcracker, the soloist girl in Rick McCullough’s Triptych Life Chance Gala, and the Second Odalisque in Le corsaire. With the Minnesota Ballet she danced some of her favorite roles including: The Sugar Plum Fairy in Allan Fields’ The Nutcracker, and the role of Tatiana in Bruce Wells’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She is excited to start her first season with Oregon Ballet Theatre!