Pianist and composer, Mathieu Lamboley began his musical studies when he was seven years old with Yves Henry.

In 1998 he entered the CNR of Paris in Olivier Gardon's piano classes , and  unanimously awarded First Prize.

The same year he entered the National Superior Conservatory of Paris in two degree courses, Piano and Composition, and obtained five 1st prizes: Harmony, Counterpoint, Fugue and forms, Orchestration and Piano.

He then got master's degrees in Composition, Orchestration and Piano. At the beginning of his professional training, the art of the orchestration was his main goal , and therefore he became orchestrator of other composers such as Gregoire Hetzel for the film Conte de Noël of Arnaud Desplechin.

In 2004 he studied conducting at the Guidhall School of Music of London. Since then, he's been conducting many orchestras in classical repertory  as well as in his own compositions.

Mathieu Lamboley first concentrated on contemporary music composition before expanding his work towards film, musicals and songwriting. In 2003 he composed the music for the movie "les oreilles n'ont pas de paupières" by Etienne Chaillou, which won the best music award at the Aubagne Film Festival.
In 2006 he attended the ASCAP Film music workshop in Los Angeles and at this special occasion worked with Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard.

At present Mathieu Lamboley has multiple musicals activities, such as concerts, musical theater composition, film music composition..