Classical Singer. Composer. Professor of Music. www.pamelastein.net
Classical Singer. Composer. Professor. Artist of Many Arts.
Praised for her "rich dramatics" (The Boston Globe), soprano Pamela Stein has earned a reputation for bringing passion, intelligence and style to every performance. Through an international singing career that has included everything from Baroque opera to working with some of some of today's most prominent composers, Ms. Stein has performed with Yamaha Young Concert Artist Series, the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme at Aldeburgh Music Festival, The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, Operafestival di Roma, Yale School of Music's New Music, New Haven series, the Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey, Left Bank Concert Society, Opera at Florham, Saratoga Fine Arts Festival, American Opera Projects, and many others. In recent years, she appeared on a PBS documentary singing the music of Pulitzer Prize winning composer David Lang, and created the role of Julia Dehning in the world premier of the opera The Making of Americans at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Ms. Stein received her Master's degree in vocal performance from The Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University, where, upon graduation, she was awarded The Phyllis Bryn-Julson Prize for Commitment to and Performance of 20th and 21stCentury Music.
Ms. Stein has taught voice, music history, music theory and composition at The College of Saint Elizabeth, City College of New York, and Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of MATA (matafestival.org), an organization dedicated to supporting young composers from around the world.