Pamela S. Radford
 

Pamela Radford is a native of North Carolina. She holds the Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude from Gardner Webb-University and the Master of Music from Converse College. In addition to serving the church as organist, she directs the Sanctuary Choir and Voices of Bronze.

Prior to coming to Cartersville, she was the Director of Music/Organist at First Presbyterian Church of Statesboro for 25 years! Pam was also a staff accompanist at Georgia Southern University. She played for the GSU Women’s Choir, University Singers, and accompanied students in recitals. She travelled to Italy with Dr. Maureen Simpson and performed a series of concerts. In addition to the concerts, she played for Cardinal Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica, The Vatican. In demand as a collaborative pianist, Pam recently played for State, Regional, and National NATS, and the Artist Auditions of NATS. She played at the national double reed convention premiering works of Georgia composer, Charles Sayre.

In addition to her duties at FPC, Pam is adjunct instructor of organ and a collaborative pianist at Reinhardt University. While still an undergrad, she served a church in western North Carolina as pianist. One weekend Mike came to visit his parents who were members there and they married a year and a half later.  They have one daughter, Chloe.