Pamela Bath Kelly

Pamela Bath Kelly

Pamela Bath Kelly has been a Suzuki teacher for over 35 years. She was one of the very first Suzuki children in the United States, and through high school, studied with her mother (SAA Teacher Trainer) Joanne Bath. Pamela is Director of String Ensembles at the Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she conducts the high school and middle school string orchestras, directs the small chamber ensembles, and teaches private lessons. In addition, she maintains a private Suzuki studio in Dunn, NC, which recently celebrated its 25th year (Cape Fear Valley School of Violin). Pamela has taught at the North Carolina Suzuki Institute since it began in 1983. Most recently she has taught at Michigan’s Phoenix Phest Institute in 2010 and 2011. She is active as a clinician at Suzuki workshops and institutes, and particularly enjoys mentoring young teachers. She is a busy freelance performer and appears regularly with such groups as the North Carolina Symphony, the Carolina Ballet, North Carolina Opera, and the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. Pamela is the mother of 3 children, all of whom have studied Suzuki violin with her. Mrs. Kelly teaches violin, viola, cello, bass, and guitar, and directs ensembles on the elementary, middle, high school, and collegiate level. She is registered with the SAA for having completed all the SAA teacher training courses.

Lead with a Smile Making the Most of a Suzuki Institute

June 1, 1998 by Joanne Bath, Pamela Bath Kelly

With the proper attitude and preparation, an institute can be, a powerful investment in your child’s musical process, and can be a pivotal point in your family’s musical year. Just as important as your musical preparation is your approach to… Read more ▶


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