Pamela Gilmore

Co-Head of Opera, Director of Opera At Rutgers

Pamela Gilmore, (co-head of Opera at Rutgers, and director of the Opera Institute) is a National Opera Association award-winning director and producer.

She has taught on the faculties of the Israeli Vocal Arts Institute, Mannes College of Music, Brooklyn College Conservatory, The Bel Canto Foundation of Northwestern University, The Spoleto Vocal Arts Symposium, and the Intermezzo Festival. At Mason Gross School of the Arts for over thirteen seasons, Gilkmore has produced The Merry Wives of Windsor, Die Zauberflöte, Roméo et Juliette, La Traviata, Dido and Aeneas, Street Scene, Die Lustige Witwe, Athalia, Les Contes d’Hoffmann, The Fairy Queen, Suor Angelica, Il Campanello, Susannah, Flora, The Beggar’s Opera, Cendrillon, The Tempest,Falstaff, The Rape of Lucretia, Candide, The Threepenny Opera and the US premiere of Le Pescatrici by Haydn. She has instituted collaborations with the Rutgers Baroque Ensemble, and developed two new opera-specific degree programs.

Gilmore is a charter member of Singing and the Brain Workshops, has been affiliated with the Metropolitan, Utah, Portland, Bronx and New Rochelle Opera companies.  She has collaborated with John Alexander, Martina Arroya, James de Blasis, Tito Capobianco, Nico Castel, Joan Dornemann, Enza Ferrara, Mignon Dunn, Hakan Hagegard, Benny Goodman, Sherril Milnes, Anna Moffo, Louis Quilico, Renata Scotto, Diana Soviero, Eleanor Steber, Giorgio Tozzi, and Alberto Zedda.

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  • Expertise

    Opera Workshop