Friday evening meditative flute music for Hebrew Wizards' Shabbat service.
A Solo online performance dedicated NYC's wonderful health and hospital workers.
Pam's musical program will include Classical, meditative, light jazz, improvisations and original music played on flute, bass flute and Native American flute.
Music for the Soul is jointly presented by NYC Health & Hospitals, Local 802 Musicians Union & NYC Department of Media and Entertainment.
Lots of good music and lots of fun! Co-featuring originals, pop-rock, blues, R&B, sambas and light jazz, and good food!
Co-featuring originals, bossa nova, R&B, samba, pop-rock, light jazz.
Looking forward to performing a variety of musical styles in honor of NYC's great healthcare workers. Watch here: http://facebook.com/NYCHealthSystem
An interview with Andrea Brachfeld, jazz flutist extraordinaire among other things, on her Instagram page andreabrachfeld. Co-featuring my background, career, stories and more.
Hans Christians Andersen'sThe Nightingale will co-feature the fairy tale with music by Alyssa Reit.
Serious, fun and meaningful questions.
Intuition Quartet will play a fun program of pop-rock, blues, bossa nova, R&B, mixed jazz and originals.
Presented by the Scarsdale Business Alliance, Intuition Quartet is back by popular demand to Dine the Dale.
Co-featuring originals, blues, bossa nova, mixed jazz, R&B, pop-rock.
Meaningful music for meaningful services with Hebrew Wizards.
An unusual, exciting program of music inspired by and set to texts by mystical medieval poets- co-features music by John Edmonds, Sheree Clement, Alma Hamilton, Pamela Sklar, Juliana Hall. Program made possible by a New York Women Composers seed grant.
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2022/10/01/faucon-song-and-vocal-chamber-ensemble - For INFO
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-faucon-song-and-vocal-chamber-ensemble-tickets-400973080277 - For FREE TICKETS
Pam's original composition Day and Night Cannot Dwell Together for solo cello was Inspired by Pam's admiration and deep respect for Native American cultures everywhere, past and present.
The performance will include music written and played by other composers and performers, and is a Play-In for memebers of the Westchester Musicians Guild.
DAY AND NIGHT CANNOT DWELL TOGETHER are words attributed to the Suquamish and Duwamish leader Chief Seattle, who believed in ecological responsibility and respect for Native Americans’ land rights. The words mean just as day and night cannot exist together, the white man and Native American people cannot be together. However, Chief Seattle did forge friendship with a white settler David Swinson ‘Doc’ Maynard “one of Seattle’s primary founders and, compared to other white settlers, a relative advocate of Native American rights. Maynard’s friendship with Chief Seattle was important in the formation of the city of Seattle, and it was Maynard who proposed the city be named for this important chief” *.
The words Day and Night Cannot Dwell Together are part of a speech given during the signing of the Point Elliot Treaty of 1885, which guaranteed fishing rights and reservations for certain tribes, including the Suquamish Port Madison. Reservations were not designated for the Duwamish and some other Native American peoples.
Regarding white men’s abysmal treatment of Native Americans (past and present), my feelings run very strong.
Co-featuring the Largo movement of Bach's B minor Sonata for flute and keyboard, with Pamela Sklar and music director Kyle P. Walker, and Intuition Quartet playing instrumentals and vocals of peaceful, meaningful, and varied musical styles in honor of Thanksgiving.
Performing original music and improvisations for Shabbat.
This peaceful, seasonal one-hour concert is free and open to the public.
Co-features a new original Umoja for solo flute, and other music from around the world,
Music and Stars Awards. An international Classical music competition for woodwinds, strings, brass, piano. Solo and ensemble categories.