Biography

Pam Pressley

Pamela Pressley, as a child prodigy, performed with the Seattle Symphony as soloist first at age 9 and again at age 14. Her career started early with solo as well as orchestral performance. She was Principal Flute with the Tanglewood High School Orchestra for two years, Principal Flute with the Seattle Youth Symphony, as well as the All American Youth Symphony, performing in Carnegie Hall in her senior year of high school. At age 19, Pamela won the position of Principal Piccolo and 3rd flute with the Seattle Symphony, a position she held for 11 years. At that time, she resigned from the symphony in order to pursue a Principal Flute career with the Pacific N.W. Ballet orchestra as well as the N.W. Chamber Orchestra. Chamber Music came to the fore as well, with performances in the U.S. and abroad. In the summer of 1986, Pam performed with the Mostly Mozart orchestra in Lincoln Center, N.Y. City, under the baton of Gerard Schwarz. After three decades of performance, Pamela redirected her attention to teaching. She continues to teach in the beautiful city of Little Rock, Arkansas. With extra attention to a holistic approach to music and flute pedagogy, she brings positive reinforcement to the fore, building confidence in the individual style of each student.

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