Pamela Stevens

stevensPamela Stevens, mezzo-soprano, enjoys an international career on the operatic stages and concerts and recital platforms. She made her Carnegie Hall debut singing the World Premiere of John David Earnest’s The All of Everyone, a work for mezzo chorus and brass written expressly for her voice. Miss Stevens has performed and recorded with the Oregon Bach Festival Choir.

Currently a resident of New Hampshire, she has performed with the Nashua Symphony Orchestra, Monadnock Chorus, New Hampshire Symphony, the Keene State Oratorio Society, the Concord Chorale, as well as with the Harvard and Smith Glee Clubs and the Masterworks Chorale.

In 1997, Miss Stevens was the National Winner of the Cultural Arts Vocal Competition sponsored by American Mothers, Inc. She has studied with William Graham, Mme. Dusi Mura, and Dr. Carroll Lehman. She currently teaches voice at Keene State College.