Pamela Hart hosts the Montreal Sessions March 2019
Vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and sound engineer Pamela Hart is our resident on Montreal Sessions this March. Pamela is currently working on a pop record about being a survivor and a libra, taurus rising, Sagittarius moon queer. She’s played and performed in a multitude of projects including Montreal’s Mozart’s sister, Ledge’s Blast and with Mich Cota. She is the founder and co-coordinator of The Forever Chorus, a 30 person feminist, queer affirming all voices chorus in Montreal. And has worked with thousands of bands in the last decade as their FOH engineer touring the states, europe, scandinavia, Canada and in venues across Montreal. This month she will be approaching each week with a new theme and a new guest.
Week 1 - ‘How much do I love you’ All her fave musicians she has done sound for in the last decade, phone interview with Spencer Krug from the tour bus of Wolf Parade.
Week 2 - ‘What’s a french kiss in New Zealand? A kiss, but down under.’ This week Pamela is going back to her kiwi routes and playing a whole lotta new and old radical music from the land of the long white cloud ‘Aotearoa’. Special interview with community radio station manager at Radio One Dunedin.
Week 3 - ‘The glass ceiling’ We have been tapping and tapping, knocking and smashing. This weeks special Pamela plays entirely queer artists with special guest Mich Cota in the house to talk about her recent Opera and upcoming projects.
Week 4 - ‘I’ve always said MORE IS MORE’ This week we are celebrating chorale songs so shit is gonna get harmonic. Special guest interviews with local chorus directors and hopefully a live set from Pamela’s own forever chorus.