Pamela Stewart

Pamela StewartPamela Stewart is a lyricist and librettist with over 200 choral pieces in publication.

In 2000, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure commissioned her to write a song cycle for chorus and symphony. Twice performed at Carnegie Hall, Sing for the Cure made its European premiere at Royal Festival Hall in London in 2010 and was recorded with Dr. Maya Angelou as narrator. In 2013, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus commissioned her to write Tyler’s Suite, benefitting the Tyler Clementi Foundation; the Suite, co-written with John Bucchino, Ann Hampton Callaway, Craig Carnelia, John Corigliano, Nolan Gasser, Jake Heggie, Lance Horne, and Stephen Schwartz, was premiered in 2014. Her choral pieces have received both Editor’s Choice and Merit Series awards from major choral music distributors, and have been honored by Creator Magazine’s “Select 20.” Ms. Stewart lives in Austin, Texas.

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Christmas Memories