pamela kuhn

For International Women’s Day! I spent my 60th birthday having photos done with the wonderful Paul Sirochman in Philadelphia. What a birthday!!! Here’s to celebrating women everywhere to inspire!

“Center Stage with Pamela Kuhn” is a radio talk show dedicated to the arts and the artists behind their work. Hosted by professional opera singer Pamela Kuhn, “Center Stage” concentrates on a different interview each week with local, national and international guest artists from the world of classical music, dance, popular music trends, theater, film, visual artists, actors, directors, authors and visionaries. Bringing her own global influence after an international performing career, Pamela Kuhn celebrates her guests’s inspiration and courage while discussing their work, upcoming projects and what it means to be an artist in the 21st century.
Broadcast on 1490AM WGCH Talk Radio, Greenwich, CT “Center Stage with Pamela Kuhn” is also available on podcast at Go to “Center Stage with Pamela Kuhn” and discover the heart of the artist.


“Meeting Mozart” and meeting author,  Howard Jay Smith…from Hollywood Executive to his love of opera!
Anthony Manoli…the Master of Operatic Vocal Coaching!
Adam von Gootkin, CEO of Highclere Castle Gin
Soprano, Jessica Fishenfeld…the Diplomat of Divas!
Leslee Asch, Master Puppeteer on her new book, “Out Of The Shadows, The Henson Festivals and Their Impact on Contemporary Puppet Theater.
Leslee Asch, Master Puppeteer on her new book, “Out Of The Shadows, The Henson Festivals and Their Impact on Contemporary Puppet Theater.
Center Stage with Pamela Kuhn and Executive Director of the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Robert Cinnante…how music and regional orchestras will rise above the Covid 19 crisis.
Valeriya Sholokhova, the Angel Musician of Manhattan!
Zoom Discussion on the Future of Opera during the Covid 19 Crisis with Metropolitan Opera Baritone, Trevor Scheunemann, Repetiteur & Conductor at the Royal Danish Opera, Nick Fletcher and Conductor at The Flensburg Opera, Flensburg, Germany, Ben Woodward.

After a Year Without Crowds, Caroline Polachek Takes the Stage

By Jia Tolentino
September 10, 2021

Polachek had told me that Kuhn, her opera teacher, sometimes made her sing bent over, with her hands on her knees, as if her voice were spilling the notes out violently onto the floor. Kuhn told me later, “I’ve seen her at her weakest. I’ve seen her underbelly. I would say to her, over and over, that the great artists are the ones who have the ability to get to a raw sound, who can let the idea of perfection go for a moment and give us a direct line into their soul.”

Singer-Songwriter Caroline Polacheck on stage