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Discover the Magic
Behind the Music

Discover how the music of Pamela Storch is anything but ordinary.  Pamela Storch has been composing since she was younger than 10 years old.  Her first piece, Silver Moonlight was written around age 7. Her music often came to her in dreams.  She would wake up, sit down at the piano, play what she dreamt, and the piece would be finished.  Sometimes she struggled to piece together parts of the music she remembered, since it always sounded so much better in the dream than she could play.  She would remember seeing angels, light beings, heavenly realms and could taste, smell and even see the music as light codes.  It was very difficult for her to translate this into the standard musical scale of the piano, since there truly were no notes for the music she was receiving.  Sometimes when she was tired, it was difficult to remember how the music sounded, so she would try again the next night, and receive the parts of the piece that she had forgotten.

Composing music wasn't always an easy gift for Pamela Storch to have been born with.  Sometimes her music worked through her in ways she wasn't always ready for.  For example, while she was in middle school, she was asked to play a technically difficult piece to show off her performance abilities for a graduation ceremony.  She diligently practiced this piece for weeks and was ready to perform.  In the days before the ceremony, she had a dream where she received a piece of music called "Heaven".  In the dream, she saw the most beautiful angels and lights, and the music she played on the piano that morning sounded like a very watered down version of the magnificence she had experienced the night before.  She then had a dream with vivid images of heaven, where the same music she had received before was so beautiful, it was coming down to earth in radiant colors unlike she had ever seen.  She felt she was being given a message to deliver, with the following words to the song she had received:

There is a special place,

Where whispers rustle through the wind,

And roses soft petals won't fade,

And angels embrace me with,

A tender kiss upon my cheek,

For once I will not be afraid.

Heaven, my hope for peaceful resting place of harmony,

For that is what I am always think and dreaming of,

Heaven, my hope for pleasant passageways of destiny,

To be with the caring in the dwelling place of love.

Life may be full of choices, 

Never knowing right from wrong,

But conscience will give you the key,

Surely it helps decisions,

Knowing you must choose correctly,

You know where you wish to be.

Heaven, my hope for peaceful resting place of harmony,

For that is what I am always think and dreaming of,

Heaven, my hope for pleasant passageways of destiny,

To be with the caring in the dwelling place of love.

After the two dreams, Pamela Storch wondered why she had received this, but went to the graduation ceremony ready to play the technically difficult piece she had practiced.   She got on stage, and a feeling came over her that she had to play the piece she had dreamt instead of the one she had practiced and was asked to play.  This completely went against her nature, since she wanted to play what she had been asked, and she hadn't even practiced the piece she had dreamt.  But she felt strength come though her and she played the piece she had dreamt and sang the words that came with it, feeling as though an angel's voice was coming through her singing it for her.  She performed it flawlessly despite no practice.  As she left the stage, she wondered why that had happened, and felt guilty for playing what she had not been asked to play.  As she walked into a crowd of people, a woman came over to her crying hysterically.  "I'm so sorry", said Pamela, thinking she did something wrong.  The woman looked her in the eyes and said "I'm terminally ill.  Your song gave me  the strength to die without being afraid."  A few days later, when Pamela Storch returned to the school, she learned that the woman had passed away.

Pamela Storch continued to have experiences like this throughout her life.  Her compositions also began in her waking life when she realized she didn't have to be asleep to receive music.  She felt the same angels and guides that came to her in sleep, begin coming to her as she sat down at the piano.  Pamela would place her fingers on the piano, ask God to send whatever music the world needs most at this time, and press "record".  She received the music through a state of channeling, where she did not know moment to moment what finger would go where.  There was no conscious thought involved in this process, no practice, no trying.  She trusted that whatever came through her would be what was needed, and it was.  This is how Pamela Storch composed even lengthly compositions such as "Music of the Spheres".  That is what came out when she hit "record".  It was only the bass part she added later.

When Pamela Storch composes, it is not just the music that is astonishing.  There is a profound love and healing energy in her music that is recorded in addition to the sound.  While each piece contains a different energy signature and healing effect, all pieces contain the vibration of the 8th dimension.  In this realm of consciousness, DNA is repaired and healing takes place on a cellular level where miracles are considered normal.  The music is channeled directly through God, and into the physical body and fingers of Pamela Storch in the 3rd dimension.  These effects can be felt and often seen by those sensitive to energies.

Pamela Storch currently has 10 albums available.

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