Four headshots, left to right: most recent - and when I was a young diva!
And finally: on break from rehearsal and with a friend at a reception after a New York recital.
Here are a few costume photos from operas at New York City Opera (in order): My first Carmen, 1981; Lucia, 1982 (directed by Tito Capobianco); Nabucco, 1981; I Lombardi (with Carolyn Sielski); my second Carmen; Lucia, 1982 (backstage with my colleagues). The final photo is from The Barber Of Seville at Stetson University (as Berta).
Three of the Divas with THE Diva, Deborah Voigt!
The Four Divas (Deborah, Bridget, Pamela & Leslie) at the 2015 New York City Opera
Reunion Luncheon. The "Four Divas" were named by Conductor, Murry Sidlin after singing in his amazing concert/drama, "Defiant Requiem".
Leslie McBride, Pamela, Deborah Williams at "Defiant Requiem" Rehearsal for Kennedy Center, October 2010
Pamela with Maestro Sidlin after "Defiant Requiem" performance in Jerusalem, 2012
The Berlin Konzerthaus - site of the March 2014 "Defiant Requiem" performance
Deborah and Pamela with Maestro Murry Sidlin after the "Defiant Requiem" Performance in Berlin, March 2014
The "four Divas" enjoying a favorite Italian restaurant in Budapest, 2010
Pamela with colleague, Deborah Williams and Maestro Marek Vorlicek, Chorus Master of the Kuhn Choir of Prague after Jerusalem "Defiant Requiem" performance 2012
Inside the Memorial - the slabs overwhelm you and it accomplishes what the designer wanted - to make you very uncomfortable
Jewish Memorial in Berlin - the 2,711 stelae or concrete slabs
"Defiant Requiem" Poster for our performance in the Berlin UBahn (Metro)
Pamela and Conductor Sergiu Comissiona, Music Director of New York City Opera, 1990
The "four Divas' at the Budapest performance of "Defiant Requiem, 2010. It took place at the huge Railway Museum and 5,000 people attended
I hope you enjoy looking through a few of my personal photos.
Two of my favorite conductors: Maestros Murry Sidlin and Sergiu Comissiona!
Maestro Murry Sidlin and the Divas (including mezzo Janet Hopkins!) in Dvorak Hall, Prague, 2008