Pamela J. Marshall (b.1954) studied composition at Eastman and Yale Schools of Music. She has written for the International Horn Society, South Beach Chamber Ensemble, Master Singers of Lexington, MA, Green Mountain Youth Symphony, Assabet Valley Mastersingers, and several Spindrift Commissioning Guild projects.

She is a composer-conductor member of Triad Boston’s Choral Collective. She plays horn in local orchestras, leads improv workshops, records chamber music and nature soundscapes, and does web design and online marketing consulting ( in Lexington, MA.

Her email course “20 Improv Ideas for Daily Music Practice” invites classical musicians to improvise with abandon. Ravello Records released a CD of her chamber music titled “Through the Mist” in 2015. Her nature soundscapes and electroacoustic tracks are on Bandcamp.

Bee-SongVoicing: SATB  Accompaniment: Piano  Performance Length: 4:05  Notation: Standard  Text Source: Anne Baring  Language: English  Descriptive Terms: Reverence, Serenity, Meditation, Nature, Earth-mother  First Performance: October 28, 2007 : The Master Singers, Adam Grossman, First Parish Unitarian, Lexington, MA, USA Text Setting Composer’s Notes Source for Scores (P:E 1194/1526~2021-Q2)
Birding in WinterVoicing: SATB  Solo(s): Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass  Accompaniment: Unaccompanied  Performance Length: 5:15  Notation: Standard  Text Source: Susan Edwards Richmond  Language: English  Seasonal/Liturgical Uses: Winter  Descriptive Terms: Birds, Snow, Contemplation, Nature, Ice  First Performance: November 23, 2019 : Triad Boston’s Choral Collective, Charles Turner, Clarendon Hill Presbyterian, Somerville, MA Text Setting Composer’s Notes Source for Scores (P:E 1194/1513~2021-Q1)