The American pianist, actress and writer, Pamela Ross, has roots in Spain and South America. She studied music at Juilliard and holds a B.A. degree from Queens College in New York City, where she was graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude. Graduate studies were pursued at Yale University and at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she received a Master of Music degree.
Pamela Ross combines the drama of great theatre and the passion of great music to create unique and memorable evenings of musical theatre. Her one-piano shows, "CARREÑO" and "goodbye, harry" have thrilled audiences in the U.S. and abroad. Recently, she returned from a triumphant tour of South America where she performed "CARREÑO" in Spanish at the prestigious Teatro Teresa Carreño in Caracas.
When Pamela Ross isn't creating wonderfully crafted works for the stage, she is engaged as a recitalist, piano soloist and chamber music player. She has performed with some of the greatest conductors of our time including Arthur Fiedler, Jorge Mester, and Gustav Meier. She is also a recording artist, with two Chopin albums, the Scherzi and the Ballades, and discs on the Connoisseur Society Label of piano music by Robert Schumann, and keyboard music by J.S. Bach.
Pamela Ross has taught at Yale University, Johns Hopkins University, and at Emory University.