Lambert Knox of San Francisco was a nationally-known teacher of round dancing. His father, Ken Knox, was a well-known square dance caller, and Lambert had an early start in square dancing.
Lambert became seriously interested in round dancing in 1969, and from then on taught classes in the San Francisco area.
He was a member of ROUNDLAB (National Association of Round Dance Teachers), and taught at square dance conventions, state and national, as well as at the Round Dance National Conventions.
He taught at the University of the Pacific (Stockton) Folk Dance Camp in northern California.
Lambert's articles and publications include
- "Round Dance Teaching as Teamwork." Lambert Knox and Leila Pennell, Square Dancing, October, 1983
Lambert passed away in 2011.