- July 25, 2021
- 4:00 pm
While pianist-conductor-composer Pam Drews Phillips can and has played it all – classical, Broadway, new age, pop – it’s as a jazz performer that she particularly shines. From New York City to her adopted hometown of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, she makes fans and friends with her impeccable taste, towering technique, and an eclecticism born of a genuine love of song.
As a conductor and keyboardist, Pam conducted and performed in many Broadway shows and on cast and concert recordings as well as film work. She’s performed with the American Symphony, New York City Ballet Orchestra, American Ballet Theater, American Theater Orchestra and Grand Teton Music Festival. Highlights of her jazz career include working with The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Nelson Riddle Orchestra, Lainie Kazan, Betty Buckley, and the Manhattan Rhythm Kings.