Pamela Reimer



Pamela Reimer is a pianist based in Montreal, Canada.  She has performed extensively throughout Canada, as well as in the US and the UK. In 2016, she was nominated for an Opus prize with flutist Marie-Hélène Breault for their concert ‘Mes Hommages’.  She has also performed, toured and recorded numerous albums with Orford Six Pianos, Bradyworks, Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal, Société de musique contemporaine du Québec, Erreur de Type 27, Blue Rider Ensemble, KORE Ensemble, Quatuor Bozzini, Ensemble Paramirabo, flutist Marie-Hélène Breault, and percussionist Beverley Johnston.  In 2020 she was guest pianist with the London Sinfonietta (UK).  

Pamela is sought after as a collaborative pianist, in the summer at Orford Music Academy and Domaine Forget, and as official pianist for international competitions.  She has been on many festival and competition juries, in Montreal, Kingston, Moncton, Laval and Ottawa, and for the Musique Actuelle/Electronic Music category of the Opus awards.  She was Artist-in-Residence at Concordia University in Montreal from 2016-2018.

In 2019, Pamela created a solo piano theatrical recital entitled ’50 questions @ 50’ following a residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts, funded with an Exploration and Creation grant from the Canada Council for the Arts.  Other theatrical projects include the premiere of Yuliya Zakharava’s OJ-Tap song (2020), and Perspectives d’Hildegard (2016).