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Join us before BRM Weekly: Pamelia Stickney for a Q+A and demonstration on Stickney's solo theremin orchestra layerings!
Visionary electronics pioneer Bob Moog called Pamelia, “one of the most important innovators of the theremin living today,” and her unique talent has been captured both on recordings and in live performances by a wide spectrum of outstanding artists, including David Byrne, John Zorn, Simone Dinnerstein, Sebastien Tellier, and Bela Fleck & the Flecktones. Pamelia was featured in the documentary Moog (2004), where she was shown giving a casual theremin lesson over a glass of wine to Mr. Moog and later delivering a riveting solo theremin performance at a Moogfest in New York City. She has taught and lectured at Berklee College of Music, the New School, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, University of California Irvine, and she has given private lessons to numerous aspiring thereminists throughout Europe, Japan, and the U.S.
Pamelia is residing in New York for the month of June for a string of performances, collaborations and to record her latest works.