play_vidKnoxville Summer of 1915 – Samuel Barber
Text by David Agee. Recorded at the Longy School of Music, Cambridge, Mass. Pamela McClain on piano.

play_vidCantata – John Carter. Recorded at Middlebury College, VT, in October 2000, as part of a recital entitled, “How Shall I Keep From Singing?”  Pamela McClain on piano


play_vidSonata No. 1: Phantasie – Paul Hindemith. Recorded on the organ of St. Luke Lutheran Church, Richmond, VA. June 10, 2016

play_vidEvening Song – David Hurd.  Recorded at the St. Luke Lutheran Church organ in Richmond, VA, on June 10, 2016


play_vidCamille Saint-Saëns The Carnival of the Animals was recorded at the Paley Music Festival, in Richmond VA, in September 2015.  The pianists were Russian virtuoso, Alexander Paley, and his wife Pei-wen Chen.
Pamela McClain took the role of narrator, speaking the words of Ogden Nash’s verses, interspersing with the music.


The Stoned Guest (S.86 proof)
A Half-Act Opera by P.D.Q. Bach (1807-1742)?
edited by Professor Peter Schickele
Bach’s Lunch Series July 15, 1998
Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music


Donna Ribalda (a high-born lady of the lowlands)
                                  sung by Mezzanine-Soprano Caprice Corona
Carmen Ghia (a woman of ailing repute)
                                  sung by Off-Coloratura Emily Browder
Don Octave (an itinerant nobleman)
                                  sung by Bargain Counter Tenor Craig Hanson
Dog: Houdentenor Maggie McGee Magnolia McClain
Il Commendatoreador (the stoned guest)
                                  laid on by a Basso Blotto

Produced and Directed by the bad harpsichordist, Pamela McClain,
with Beach Bum Kurt Piemonte, cello, and Stage Manager Taylor Burton-Chrisman
By arrangement with Theodore Presser Company, publisher and copyright owner