A passionate advocate for the arts, cellist Pamela Chaddon currently serves as Orchestra Manager and Associate Principal Cellist for the Chamber Orchestra of the Springs (Colorado Springs), baroque cellist for early music ensemble Parish House Baroque, and an alternate sub for the Colorado Springs Philharmonic. She has developed multiple cross-disciplinary award-winning projects including INTERRUPTED: Suppressed Composers of the Holocaust, ENOUGH: Voices of Intimate Partner Violence, Sensory-Friendly Carnival of the Animals and DESTINATION: Space. Every Monday, she can be heard on Classical KCME 88.7FM as the on-air host for Midday Mozart, where she explores the music composed and inspired by W.A. Mozart within a historical framework. Her love of theater keeps her busy as well. She has performed with the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center (The Bridges of Madison County, Hands on a Hardbody, Fun Home, A New Brain, Dogfight, Cinderella), THEATREWORKS (An Iliad), and the Colorado Springs Conservatory (The Last Five Years, Amahl and the Night Visitors). She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Unity Project, an artistic collective seeking to dismantle individual and systemic biases through education and service. In her free time Pamela loves researching under-performed and disenfranchised composers as well as exploring innovative ways to reach diverse corners of our communities through music. She is thankful for the support of her children, who make the world a more beautiful place through their own contributions to the visual and performing arts.