Pamela Frank, in addition to being one of the decades of most sought after and celebrated violinists throughout North America, Europe and the Far East, is also emerging as a major pedagogue.
Pamela Frank has taught at the Isaac Stern International Workshops both at Carnegie hall in New York City and at the Jerusalem Music Center. In 2001/2002 she presented highly acclaimed Master Classes the Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes college of Music, New England Conservatory, the Peabody Conservatory, Stanford University, New York University, the University of Michigan, the University of Toronto, SUNY Purchase, SUNY Stony Brook, The Colburn School of the Arts (in Los Angeles), Hartwick College, Swarthmore College, the Longy School, the Turtle Bay Music and for the educational programs of the Philadelphia and New York Youth Symphonies. She has also taught and coached extensively at the Aspen Festival and School and the Tanglewood Music Center.
During the 2002/2003 season, Ms. Frank will be a part time faculty member at Hartt College of Music. She will hold the Trumbull Chair residency the the Yale University School of Music and will hold the Mischa Elman Chair at the Manhattan School of Music, a series of master classes in violin and chamber music.
In May, 2002, Pamela Frank was honored by the Turtle Bay Music School with an award for musical achievement in performance and education. In addition to the above, she has presented, and will continue to present master classes in cities and at schools throughout North America and Europe in conjunction with her appearances with the local orchestras or in recital.
Pamela Frank serves on the faculty of the Curtis School of Music where she teaches violin and coaches chamber music.