Cabin Fever Series: Miss Pam ***online***
Sat, Apr 11, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm


NOTE: This event has been rescheduled to take place online.

Join via ZOOM (this link will be live 5 minutes before the start time)

Bushel is pleased to present the final event in the Cabin Fever Music Series, featuring intimate musical performances by some of the region’s most talented artists, guaranteed to heat things up this winter. Produced by Jenine Osbon and Rachel Watson, proceeds of each event directly benefit the artists and Bushel.

On Saturday, April 11, 11 am, Miss Pam will stream a live, all-ages, interactive family music program online. Her performance will incorporates small and large movement, hand percussion instruments, and props with folk songs, sing-a-longs, call and response, and original music.

We suggest caretakers and children gather instruments prior to the event, or make your own shakers and tambourines in advance, as joyous participation is fully encouraged! $10 suggested donation per child.

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Pamela West-Finkle, known as “Miss Pam” to her young students, has been a professional multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter/composer for 25 years. She began her professional music career in the US Army bands at the age of seventeen, then received a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1996 from Ashland University in her home state of Ohio and graduated from the University of Montana with a Masters of Music Education in May 2012. She is certified to teach K-12 Music & 7-12 English in public schools, and has been a Registered Music Together teacher since 2002 with over fifty hours of early childhood music training from the Center for Music and Young Children, as well as thousands of hours of classroom time.  Pam has taught and performed for thousands of children over the last twenty years, as well as performed and toured both nationally and internationally.  She’s released multiple albums on her label Angelfly Records, including two children’s albums “Are You Ready? Get Set, Let’s Go!” and “Unicorn Crossing,” which is a 2012 winner of a Parents’ Choice recommended award. Her organization, the Community Music Network, is dedicated to bringing community music to under-served populations. She is the mother of five and grandmother of three and has resided in the Catskills since 2004. Google “Angel Pam West” for music & videos.