Pam has recently been on tour with Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd Webber on the Celebrity Silhouette, presenting their unique show in which Julian takes the audience on a historical and musical journey, giving valuable insights into his astonishing career, with musical accompaniment from his cellist wife, Jiaxin and pianist, Pam.
Pam also recently finished arranging and performing on an Indian recording project with Pete Lockett. (Visit Pete's site here).
Pam's gothic rock band, Symphony of Pain, together with co-writer Tracie Law have just released their new album, Virology, available from 9 Nov 18. Special guests include Jiaxin Lloyd Webber (cello) and Latana Phoung (mezzo soprano). The album explores life, death, politics and the futility of the human experience.
Recent gigs have included The Met Lounge, Peterborough (supporting Morpheus Rising), the Cambridge Rock Festival, a bone chilling Hallowe'en gig at Sinbin, Plough & Harrow, and a glorious night supporting Touchstone at the Borderline for their Xmas gig.
Symphony of Pain's CD, Hydeology, is available from Plastic Head. The album is also available as a digital download from I Tunes, Amazon, etc. Visit the Symphony web site here. The album was voted 'Best Album 2013' by ARFM rock radio listeners.
Check out Pam's composition and arranging here
Born in India, Pam studied music at Cambridge University, and completed her keyboard studies at the Royal Northern College of Music. She has performed and recorded with a diverse range of musicians including Julian Lloyd Webber, Lesley Garrett, Michael Ball, Catrin Finch, Rebecca Bottone, Adrian Sherwood (On-U Sound System), Skip MacDonald (Little Axe), Squid (Asian Dub Foundation), Steve Sidelnyk (Madonna), DJ Smadj, Pete Lockett, Doug Wimbish (Living Colour), Youth (Killing Joke), Steafan Hannigan, Tony K & Asian fusion group Shiva Nova. Live performances include the Sud Ouest Festival in Portugal, Festival Vinha D’Areia in the Azores, the Holders Festival, Barbados, the South Bank Show, the Classical Brit Awards, The Andrew Marr show and Classic Response at the Royal Albert Hall. She regularly accompanied Julian Lloyd Webber in duet performances for Cello and Piano. She is also a member of gothic rock band Symphony of Pain.