Angels in the Chamber

Angels in the Chamber2The music of Angels in the Chamber is unique under the heavens. Featuring Garry Novikoff (piano, guitar & vocals); Pamela Sklar, (flute & alto flute); Enid Blount Press (clarinet & bass clarinet); and Marc Wager (French horn), the band weaves elements of rock, pop, classical, improvisational and atmospheric music into a highly original genre all its own. Their material co-features originals
as well as inventive covers from the 1960s and 70s - the golden age of what was called art rock or progressive rock. They also go back in time to reinvent and re-imagine works from the Civil War era.

Angels in the Chamber were finalists in the WNYC Battle of the Boroughs concert at the Greene Space hosted by WQXR DJ, Terrance McNight, and were featured on DJ Bob Sherman’s radio show Woody’s Children on WFUV in New York. Their debut album release event will be announced soon!

Angels PRESS/Quotes

"A wonderful, cathartic, freeing experience. You are your own thing. I didn't know they allowed this in the Bronx!".

– Nick Sansano, award-winning record producer (sonic youth, Run D.M.C., Public Enemy), panelist
WNYC the Green Space Battle of the Boroughs.

"Definitely outside the box. Strong, talented musicians".

– Alicia Olatuja –musician/vocalist, panelist WNYC the Green Space Battle of the Boroughs.




Intuition2bShowcasing improvised solos ranging from mellow to fearless by the flute & harmonica, Intuition performs vocals and instrumentals of originals, pop, bossa nova, light jazz and blues. Intuition members Hope Berkeley, harmonica; Pam Sklar, flute; Irene Maher, guitar & vocals; Joan Indig, bass & vocals, combine their various individual styles of Chicago Blues, rock, classical, folk, jazz and pop to produce a dynamic and inspired collaboration. Performing as a quintet with drums, their upcoming debut recording, co-featuring new, exciting originals, will be released in early 2019. Previously recorded and known as The Blues Mothers, individual members have won an Original Song Award from Billboard Magazine, had original music featured among the Top Ten on Women of Substance Radio, and performed with many well-known artists.


Chosen as "Best of 2012 Indie Artist" by WOS Radio.

"...easily switched from jazzy sophistication played by the flute, to down and dirty blues by the harmonica..."  Carter Smith, Common Ground Community Concerts

"...combined elements of blues, folk, jazz and rock into a truly original sonic experience...teeming with perfect selections for the back and forth soloing of flute and harmonica...". Kevin Zawacki, Patch Staff New York/Scarsdale

Booking: Eastern USA, Canada (Eastern Provinces).


Flute & Harp


Flute & Harp is Pamela with harpist Alyssa Reit performing beautiful and versatile programs. A constant delight to audiences, Flute & Harp's musical styles include Renaissance, French Impressionist, Spanish, South American and Armenian songs arranged by Alyssa, as well as Baroque sonatas, Brazilian music and selections by crossover composer Claude Bolling.

Booking: New York area.


Sachem Quartet/Trio

sachem trio 2012 t Sachem Trio co-features jazz standards with focus on the blues, and includes Pamela Sklar's  A Tune For America- Jazz-Native American inspired music for Flute, Bass & Drums, as well as jazz standards, bossa nova & jazz-influenced music. Sachem is Pamela Sklar, flute with Christopher Dean Sullivan, bass; and drummer Bob Meyer. Sachem is also part of the Earl Brown Quartet with Mr. Brown on piano. Quartet music features jazz.

Booking: New York area.


The Silverwood Trio

flute-statueThe classic Silverwood Trio features flute, violin and cello performing music of Bach, Handel, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Pleyel, Gossec, Mozart, Haydn and others. Beautiful, enchanting new music by Pamela Sklar, composed for The Silverwood Trio, is also featured. Lighter musical selections include waltzes, popular music and Broadway melodies.

Booking: New York area 




Creative programming and exciting musicianship have been winning Pamela Sklar and David Burgess repeated critical acclaim for their concerts. Guitarist David Burgess performs throughout North and South America, Europe and the Far East in festivals, clinics and concerts. Selected by the eminent Spanish guitarist Andres Segovia as the first recipient of the Andres Segovia Fellowship, Mr. Burgess has released five CD's. As a duo, Camerata has performed repeatedly at Lincoln Center in New York, and many concert halls throughout the Northeastern USA. Their repertoire includes Renaissance dances, Baroque Suites, Classical Viennese sonatas, French Impressionist works, and features Brazilian & Argentinian music which includes original arrangements for alto and bass flutes.


"Beautifully played...impressive technique and a fine sense of style."  Washington Post

"...stimulating...engaging...piquant...delightful..." New York Times

"Tastefully phrased with an aristocratic understatement that left the audience spellbound."  Greenwich Time

Booking: North and South America, Europe, Japan.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.