Pamela Stein has been teaching music and voice for more than ten years. Most recently, she was an adjunct lecturer at City College of New York, CUNY where she taught music theory, musicianship and composition. Prior to her position at CUNY, she spent two years as the chair of the voice department at The College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, New Jersey, where she taught private vocal instruction as well as lecture courses in music history, music theory, vocal pedagogy and ear training. Pamela’s students have performed with Opera at Florham, the Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey, In Mid Air Productions, and many other companies around the East Coast. In 2011, two of her students competed and placed in the Assisi Performing Arts Festival vocal competition, winning scholarships to perform with the festival that summer in Assisi, Italy! In addition, Pamela has worked as a Teacher’s Assistant at Columbia University‘s Department of Astronomy, for the class Theories of the Universe: From Babylon to the Big Bang. Pamela also maintains a private studio of voice students, and is available to give lessons in a variety of locations.
Recently, two of her students competed and placed in the Assisi Performing Arts Festival vocal competition, winning scholarships to perform with the festival this summer in Assisi, Italy
In the past, Pamela worked for Rider University as a private tutor for students in music theory, music history, and French. Pamela was active in the vocal pedagogy program at The Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University, through which she taught voice lessons while earning her Master’s degree in vocal performance. Pamela has held substitute positions teaching voice and piano at Spotlight Music in Flemington, New Jersey, and was on the roster of teachers at Bravissimo Music, a branch of Ivy Bound Test Prep.
If you are interested in lessons or would like to hire Pamela to give a lecture, please contact her today.
The following is a list of lecture courses Pamela has taught or is scheduled to teach in the upcoming semesters.
- Music Theory I
- Musicianship I
- Music of Our Time: Contemporary Music of the 20th and 21st Centuries
- American Music
- The Lives and Music of Women Composers
- Learning to Read Music: An Introduction to Basic Music Theory
- Sight Singing and Dictation
- Voice Class