Hometown: Dubois, Wyoming
Web site: http://www.artcorewy.com/
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Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Pamela Glasser began her studies on horn during her senior year at Denby High School. She then studied with Louis Stout at the University of Michigan while pursuing a degree in music theory. Switching to the music education program at Wayne State University, Pamela earned a BA in Music Ed. while studying horn with R. Eugene Wade of the Detroit Symphony. Under the tutelage of Thomas Bacon, she received a MM in Horn Performance from Rice University in Houston.
In the Detroit area, she taught in the Detroit Public Schools and Waldorf School. In Houston, Pamela tutored horn at HSPVA, Pasadena, Klein, Spring Branch and Spring ISDís and Houston Baptist University. She was Director of Bands at Dean Morgan Junior High and Adjunct Professor of Horn at Casper College before teaching K-12 in Dubois, WY, 2001-2008. Pamela is pursuing advanced certification in Spanish and is looking forward to teaching English as a second language, as well as music.
For performance credits in Detroit, Pamela has served Michigan Young Audiences, Michigan Opera Theater, Orchestra Detroit and the Detroit Symphony at Temple Beth- El. In the Houston area, she performed for the Houston Ballet, Grand Opera, Pops and Symphony, as well as served as solo artist with Houston Young Audiences. Concerto credits include Mozartís Second with the Brazotsport Symphony and Mozartís Third with the HBU Band and Casper College Band.
For one year, Pamela performed with the Israel Sinfonietta in Beíer Sheva and for three, was solo hornist with the Mantovani Orchestra, touring Mainland USA, Guatemala and the Orient. After receiving a Wyoming Arts Council Fellowship, Carolyn Deuel invited Pamela to perform for ARTCORE. That residency helped her toward her appointments with the Natrona County School District and as Principal Horn of the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra.