PAM Murphy 007

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A Winters Breath
PAM Murphy (Sweet Dangers)

Who We Are       

Weekly On Air Music Personality - AccessTV 23 -Keepin Country Strong Show

Pamela has had the opportunity to sing under the great American Composer Aaron Copland, along side opera singer Beverly Sills. She also worked with greats in the music business, such as Arthur Frackenpohl, Calvin Gage, Brock McElheran, Gordon Shacklette, Steve Margoshes and Samuel E. Wright. Pam has had the distinguished honor to be a PROFESSIONAL Choral Conductor to All-County Choruses in New York State - Orange and Dutchess Counties. Pam has joined the family at the Access23 TV Station.  Pamela is the weekly musical on air personality, opening and closing each show with her vocal & piano skills, as well as, lending her witty personality and interviewing skills along side hosts Carl Richards & Erwin Benzee Benz for the Award winning show: Keepin Country Strong. She frequents the Mr. Phil Show, as a Musical Artist and Guest Co-Host , as well as,  frequents the Keepin Country Strong Show as a Musical Artist Her Radio jingle, Apples and Cider (Fly Creek Cider Mill and Otsego County Chamber of Commerce), which she played piano, recorded and sang - can still be heard if you visit the Cooperstown area. Pam has been acting and performing in regional companies (Luftnell Productions, PAM Productions, New Rose Theatre Productions) portraying a wide variety of characters (Queen Elizabeth, Allison Brilliant, Momella, Madame Nous, Alemap, Ta Ta, Queen Elizabeth) as well as, a small appearance on Little Mermaid 2 CommercialHer personal friend Deb Rogowski, from Stormville NY, inspired her to start a production company, PAM Productions 007, which helps promote the importance of musical performances in local community events. 

Pamela graduated from Crane School of Music receiving a Bachelor of Music Degree, and became a music teacher in the public school system for many years (VCHS, VCMS, Kinry Road, and GIS) and taught chorus, instrumental lessons, general music, music theory, jazz band, dance team, director to musicals, and pit orchestra director. Pam obtained her Master of Science Diploma from WCSU and proceeded to become a certified NYSSMA Adjudicator in 1992 and judged many festivals throughout New York State. Pam served on the OCMEA Executive Board in the capacity of Treasurer, Public Relations and Government Relations Officer. Since its formation, Pam continues to serve as Artistic Director to HVPOPS.