Mezzo-soprano Pamela Dellal is an acclaimed soloist and recitalist whose singing has been praised for her "exquisite vocal color," "musical sensitivity," and "eloquent phrasing" (Boston Globe). Ms. Dellal made her Kennedy Center debut under Julian Wachner in the B-minor Mass, and her Lincoln Center debut under renowned conductor William Christie in Messiah. She has also performed under such acclaimed conductors as Seiji Ozawa, Christopher Hogwood, Paul McCreesh, Bernard Labadie and Roger Norrington. Operatic appearances include leading roles in the operas Alcina, Albert Herring, Dido and Aeneas, La Clemenza di Tito, Così Fan Tutte, Vanessa, The Rape of Lucretia, and Winter's Tale.

Her repertoire encompasses an astonishing range from the 12th to the 21st century, including US, European and Australian tours with Ensemble Sequentia, and a London premiere of a John Harbison chamber work, The Seven Ages. Passionate about chamber music, early music, and contemporary music, she performs frequently with Boston Musica Viva, Ensemble Chaconne, Blue Heron Renaissance Choir, Favella Lyrica and the Musicians of the Old Post Road. She has been a regular soloist in the Emmanuel Music Bach Cantata series for over twenty-five years, having performed almost all 200 of Bach's sacred cantatas. She has recorded for Arabesque, Artona, BMG, CRI, Dorian, Meridian, and KOCH.