Pamela Carroll is a life-long resident of Wyoming. She began to study piano at the age of 7, with her church organist and has continued playing ever since.
Ms. Carroll graduated from Wilkes University with a Bachelor of Music in piano performance in 1986. While at Wilkes, she studied with renowned teacher Anne Liva, who nurtured and encouraged her passion and growth as an artist. During her college residency, Pam also had the opportunity to study with Dr. Roosevelt Newson, and Thomas Hrynkiw, She served as accompanist for, Chorus, Cap and Bell Singers, both of which were directed by Richard Chapline, and the percussion ensemble, in addition to many solo performers. She has also accompanied several local organizations, including Scranton Singers' Guild, Robert Dale Chorale, and Wyoming Valley Oratorio.
Since the age of sixteen Pam has been an involved church organist playing for many area churches including St. Stephen's and First Presbyterian in Wilkes-Barre, and St. Peter's and St. Luke's in Scranton. She currently holds the Director of Music position at Trinity Presbyterian Church, in Dallas, where she also direct their choir.
Ms. Carroll is the organist/choir director at Temple B'nai B'rith in Kingston, where she is regularly afforded the opportunity to work with cantors and nationally known artist. She also directs the professional and volunteer choirs as well.
Pam has been teaching at the Conservatory since its inception. Her vast array of knowledge and experience allows her to share a wide range of musical technique and styles with her students.