Pamela Hebert, pupil of Maria Callas at the Master Class at Julliard School made her debut at City Opera with the direction of Bruno Maderna. Pamela Hebert now teaches voice at Conservatorio di Musica in Padua, Italy. She has collaborated with The CAM ART CO in the productions :
August 6, 2005 Jux mit Fuchs, version in English, French and German, with songs by Thomas Dezsy of Zoon Electronic Music Theater in Vienna, Austria, recited and sung by Pamela Hebert, with DVD/DJ Celeste Hastings, and special fox mask created by Margaret Spencer Matz, at The Salt Queen Foundation, Water Mill, N.Y.
January 27, 2005 “I Colori in Musica”: Duo soprano e percussione [Pamela Hebert, soprano, and Antonio Segafreddo, vibraphone and percussions] “Crypt Explosions for Saint Charles Borromeo”, text by Charles Matz, from Early Poems and Shout Poems , music by Antonio Segafreddo. (Part of a program that includes Donizetti, Dallapiccola, John Cage, Dall’Ongaro, John Newton, Glentworth, Siegfried Fink, and Mario Segafreddo). At Bassano del Grappa, Italy
July 13, 2004 “Aria-a-Azzurra”, Fanfaluca, and “S’Ammorbidiva la Diva” poems by Charles Matz, set to music by Ernesto Ferreri, sung by Pamela Hebert, accompanied by Linda Sweetman-Waters, pianist, at Wölffer Estate, Sagaponack, NY.
July 5, 2004 “Spring”, Part II of Who Am I?, composed by Marino Baldissera, sung by Pamela Hebert, William Zito, guitarist, at The Southampton Historical Society, Southampton, NY.
June 6, 2004 "S'ammorbidiva la Diva", poems by Matz set to music by Ernesto Ferreri. In concert "Composerworks: North Carolina Composers" at The Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC.
June 16, 2002 Antonin Artaud: The Black Sun of hi-Kuri, in progress, Biennale Teatro e Psichiatria: Festival Internazionale del Teatro Attivo del Disagio Psichico at Padua, Italy, in Teatro D. Bosco, via Asolo, 2. Matz and Anne d'Armagnac giving a dramatic reading of text by Matz in English, French, Italian and Tarahumaran with soprano Pamela Hebert. Music by Carlo Nicolau, performed by Nicolau and recorded in his studio RazorHead Music, in Chelsea, New York City. Original percussion music by José Navarro. Guest: Anne d'Armagnac. Direction: Antonio Lai. Executive producer: Clare Ann Matz.
July 24, 2001 Ambigu, (a piece based on Artaud project in progress),Teatro l’8 di Saffi, Parma, Italy, multi-lingual text by Matz, a dramatic reading by librettist-poet (Matz) with songs also by soprano (Pamela Hebert). Music by Carlo Nicolau. Multi-media projected video (Clare Ann Matz). Sets by Antonio Lai.
May 24, 1992 Columbus the Moor, (text and dramatic reading by Matz, music by David Ryder) with The CAM Art Company, Teatro Calderón de la Barca, Valladolid, Spain. (Text by Matz also in Spanish, French, and Italian versions.)
October 19-20, 1982 Energies, a cross-over performance: poetic text and performance by Matz; The CAM Art Co provided actors, coordination of text, choeography, soprano participation, Fluxus music, lighting, special sets and costumes. Midland Group Performance Art Centre, Nottingham, England. Energies was conceived as a celebration in various cross-over art forms of aspects of a hydro-electric power producing plant located at Ponte delle Alpi, Italy.
In video recorded version [of April, 1983], by Clare Ann Matz, the choreography included the use of the giant turbo-dynamos as dancing platforms and the huge electrical switch-gear control panel room as a background for the poetic texts and the soprano’s performance. Special permission was received from the Italian Government’s National Electricity Board for use of the facility.