The music of Lambros TAKLIS has been globally broadcasted and showcased through many diverse avenues. A composer of soundtracks for film, TV, theatre, and dance, he also enjoys branching off into the contemporary arts, such as video and sound installations.

The basis of his work is grounded with an inspiration in alternating perspectives and imagery, combined with an eclectic collection of influences – namely classical, world, jazz, byzantine, pop, rock, electronic, and of course, silence.

Born in Athens, Greece, his passion for music began at the age of six, where he commenced studies in classical piano, harmony, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration and composition under the tutelage of Michalis Adamis. He holds a Film Scoring Diploma (École Normale de Musique de Paris) and has also studied Film music orchestration with Scott Smalley (Film music institute, Los Angeles, California). Along with classical music studies, Lambros has also studied jazz piano under Bruno Angelini, Philippe Le Baraillec and Lilian Dericq, Byzantine music under Vasilios Avramidis and various traditional instruments from Greece, Turkey, Indonesia, China, and Japan.

He lives in Paris and works as a freelance composer.