Pamela Helen Stephen is a mezzo-soprano who by 2000 had established a country wide profession in opera homes of her local Britain. She went to university at Aberdeen, Scotland, and gained her bachelor’s level in musical efficiency in 1986 through the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Dilemma. She pursued post-graduate research, obtaining certificates in opera and in neuro-scientific Lieder and oratorio performing. On the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Dilemma she made an appearance in the jobs of Ziti in Gianni Schicchi, Cherubino in The Relationship of Figaro, Madam Knorr and Mrs. Fischer in the globe premiere of Tom Stoppard’s In the Razzle, as well as the Duchess in The Supper Engagement. She’s sung leading parts at opera workshop celebrations: Lucretia in The Rape of Lucretia by Benjamin Britten on the Aspen Opera Theater Center as well as the name function of Bizet’s Carmen at Clonter Plantation. Her debut on the Royal Opera Home, Covent Backyard was as Mrs. Bubble in Vaughan Williams’ The Pilgrim’s Improvement. There she’s also sung the elements of Moppett as well as the Goose in Britten’s Paul Bunyan. In the Barbican Center in London she sang in Cavalleria Rusticana, Fatima in Oberon, and Mrs. Jenks in Copland’s The Sensitive Land. She’s made an appearance in the BBC Proms Concerts as Tessa in The Gondoliers, so that as a Squire and a Blossom Maiden in Wagner’s Parsifal. Abroad, Stephen appeared in the LA Opera as Herodias’ Web page in Strauss’ Salome (1998), coming back as Maddalena in Verdi’s Rigoletto (2000). She’s made an appearance in the Spoleto Event as the Man Fox in Janácek’s Cunning Small Vixen (1998), in Rossini’s Stabat Matter so that as Sonya in Prokofiev’s Battle and Serenity (1999), and in her personal single recital (2000). She’s recorded the component of Sonya in Chandos Information’ recording from the Prokofiev opera.