PAN AMERICAN MUSICAL ART RESEARCH, INC

Pan American Musical Art Research, Inc., (PAMAR) is a non-profit organization seeking to promote better understanding between the various cultures and countries of the Americas, primarily through an ongoing and vital exchange of their music, musicians and dancers. Founded in 1984 in New York City by Uruguayan born pianist Polly Ferman, PAMAR has taken significant steps toward establishing itself as an artistic resource center.

PAMAR is a registered non-profit organization in the State of New York and is incorporated as a 501(c) 3 with the Federal government. Throughout its history, PAMAR has served as a comprehensive and inclusive art service organization showcasing the talent of many musicians, composers and dancers of the Americas. Following the boom of the Latin American Art movement, performing art venues across the United States began to present a select few established Latin American performance artists. However vast numbers of talented artist remained underexposed. PAMAR was established three decades ago to present a broader Pan American overview of music and dance. PAMAR has served hundreds of performing artists, through an ongoing presentations program in national and international venues.

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“I hope your Latin American Cultural Week went well. Your program weaved together a varied and immensely interesting number of offerings”.

Arian Blanco • Program Director, NYC Council of the Arts

“Re LACW 2018: What a Wonderful, Brillant idea. BRAVO!”

Jose Serebrier • Multiple Grammy-award winning Uruguayan-born conductor

“Dear Polly, You deserve many honors for all you have done forming PAMAR and the festival and promoting latin music and exchange for so many years. With best wishes for your many performances! Abrazos, Barbara”

Barbara Oldham • Director of Quintet of the Americas

“I believe that your strong & diverse programs will benefit (our) Museum & help us attract new audiences.”

Ana-Ofelia Rodriguez • PhD