» Pamela Blanc
Adjunct Faculty

College of Performing Arts
Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music
Pamela Blanc
Instructor, Alexander Technique
Office Location:
Bertea Hall 207
(714) 744-7672
Kent State University, Bachelor of Arts in English
Pamela Blanc has established herself over the past 30 years with distinction as a prominent teacher of the Alexander Technique. Her expertise and contribution to the development of the Alexander Technique is recognized both nationally and internationally.  Qualified in 1979, she is an active member of the American Society for the Alexander Technique, (AmSAT), a professional organization; has been a Featured Guest Teacher for the International Congress of the F.M. Alexander Technique in Switzerland, August 2011; and was the sole recipient of AmSAT 2008 Certificate of Merit Award.

In addition to teaching in the Conservatory of Music at Chapman University, Pamela oversees Continuing Education Programs for Alexander Technique Teachers for The Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles, a teacher-training program of which she is a Founder and Member of the Board of Directors. Ms. Blanc also teaches the Technique to the children of the South Bay Children's Choir and has been on faculty with OperaWorks for twelve years.

Ms. Blanc has a private practice in West Los Angeles where she specializes in working with performers of all ages and levels of performance.  Certified in The Art of Breathing, an exploration of breathing coordination based on the principles of the Alexander Technique, Ms. Blanc teaches this work to other Alexander Teachers and introduces it to her private students.