|January 28th 2012
||Concert £7 (£9)
Pamela Adams has been praised for her sensitive interpretations of romantic and impressionistic music and the apparent effortlessness with which she produces a beautiful sound. She studied at Juilliard and the Manhattan School of Music, received her Bachelor of Arts of Smith College and a Master of Music from Yale University while engaged as a teaching assistant at the Yale School of Music. After moving to England she earned performance diplomas from the Guildhall of Music and the Royal College of Music. Her appearances with orchestra include performances with the Boston Pops in Symphony Hall, Boston, and with the South Bank Conservatoire Orchestra at St. Leonard's Church, London, in an occasion marking the 50th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. An active performer, currently based in the US, she is also an Adjunct Professor of Music at the University of Connecticut and Director of the Beethoven Chorus, a male singing group in Manchester, Connecticut.
The programme will include works by Chopin, Scriabin, Debussy and Liszt.