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Pamelia Kurstin

Pamelia Kurstin

Real/full name:
Pamela Stickney May
43 (born May 28th, 1976)
Place of origin:
United States (Southern California)


Stickney is an American theremin player presently living in Vienna, Austria who has performed and recorded with artists such as David Byrne, Richard Cheese and Béla Fleck and the Flecktones and has performed on the television show Saturday Night Live. Her background as a jazz musician on the upright bass has led to her "walking bass" theremin technique.


Stickney has been collaborating with Norwegian experimental band Ulver since 2009, both in studio and during concerts.

She has been the primary tester of Robert Moog's Etherwave Pro Theremin.

Thinking Out Loud, her first and only solo work, came out in 2007. In Vienna, she founded the instrumental trio Blueblut which released Hurts so Gut in 2014.


Theremin (2013-present)

Pamelia Kurstin

Theremin, Guitars, Piano (1999-present)

Sebastian Rochford/Pamelia Kurstin

Theremin (2011-present)


Theremin (2009-present)


2007 Shadows of the Sun Theremin (tracks 1, 8)
Added by: _Vorst_ Modified by: Krister Jensen
Added on: 2011-04-10 06:55:15 Last modified on: 2019-08-12 08:44:13
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