Praised for her “rich dramatics” (The Boston Globe), Pamela Stein Lynde is a versatile singer, composer, and music educator. She is currently a composer fellow with American Opera Projects Composers & the Voice Workshop. She was a featured guest composer on the 2015 OME New Music Festival in Phoenix, and has had works commissioned by Patchwork American Song Project, Guided Imagery Opera, Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project, Poor Puppet, and many others. She has written works for TEDx Carnegie Lake, New Hope Sound(e)scape Festival, and IVY Connect’s debut concert at the DiMenna Center. Her recent composition for mezzo soprano Kayleigh Butcher and pianist Christopher Narloch, as part of The Schoenberg Project, had it’s debut in Chicago at Constellation, and then toured several midwest cities. As a singer, Pamela has performed with Beth Morrison Projects, American Opera Projects, CUSP, Rhymes With Opera, Helix!, Saratoga Fine Arts Festival, Yamaha Concert Artists series, New Music New Haven, Gotham Arts, and Unruly Sounds. She has built a career working with contemporary composers of all levels, from students to internationally recognized artists. She appears as a vocalist on minimalist composer Alexander Turnquist’s album Flying Fantasy, released on Western Vinyl. She is a member of experimental Princeton-based country-techno band Owen Lake and the Tragic Loves, which performs frequently throughout Philadelphia, New York, and New Jersey. Pamela is an alumna of the Bang on a Can Summer Institute at Mass MoCA, OperaWorks, SICPP, and the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme. She received her Masters degree 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/21st Century Music.