PAMELA HOWLAND is a gifted American pianist, Steinway Artist, and 2017-2018 U.S. Fulbright Scholar in Poland. As a long-time educator, Howland has held numerous faculty positions (piano and music history) in New York (Monroe Community College), Minnesota (Winona State University), and North Carolina (UNC School of the Arts, Salem College, UNC-Greensboro), and Wake Forest University, where she had an appointment as assistant professor of music for many years, both regular and adjunct, before leaving in 2014 to pursue international performing opportunities and new creative projects.
Howland’s seventeen CDs reflect her eclectic tastes, from standard solo classical music to Christmas tunes, from African-American spirituals to a combination of French poetry and music – and now includes her Beatles arrangements. In addition, she has nearly 300,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, and her version of Chopin’s “Farewell Waltz,” has well over 10 million listens to date.
The concert will take place on the 2nd of October, from 2 – 4 pm, in the Amphitheatre I of the School of Arts and Humanities.