Pamela Madsen is a composer, sound artist, performer, theorist and curator of new music. From her massive landscape inspired projects and intimate chamber music creations to her multi-media collaborations, and organization of new music events she has created a body of work with a profound breadth of vision. As a composer, performer, theorist and curator, she is inspired by site-specific locations that intersect with the need for healing and sound. She travels to research, document, curate and create new work that she then presents in an immersive concert hall experience with live performers, spatialized sound and projected images that aims to heal the performer and the listener. Her focus involves collaboration and creating sonic landscape works through the intersection of Image-Music-Text: From her massive landscape inspired projects and intimate chamber music creations to her multi-media opera collaborations, and organization of new music and interarts collaborative project her work is constantly evolving and seeking new forms of expression that reveal deeper layers of meaning in sonic creation and performance. Currently, she is curator of the Annual New Music Festival, World Electro-Acoustic Listening Room (WEALR) Project, and InterArts Collaborative Projects (IACP) at Cal State Fullerton where she is Professor of Music Composition/Theory, and Director of the New Music Ensemble.