Pamina Beroff is a french jazz singer who recently moved back to Paris after studying for four years the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in jazz performance  where in 2017 she obtained her Bachelor degree with honours.

During those four years she studied with teachers such as Liane Carroll, Ian Shaw, Brigitte Beraha, Tina May, Charlie Wood, Lee Gibson  and many more 

But also had the chance to participate to masterclasses led by Jason Rebello, Marcus Miller, John Abercrombie, Kurt Elling or Mike Walker. 


Pamina Beroff have been surrounded with music since her early childhood . 

Her father the classical pianist Michel Beroff and her mother Alejandra Norambuena-Skira the artistic director of the SACEM society, who worked at the MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL, where Pamina spent several summers, singing at the Montreux jam session and also had the chance to spent some time with some of the greatest musicians such as Quincy Jones, Richard Bona, George Duke, Patti Austin, Angelique Kidjo, Michel Legrand, Ibrahim Maalouf, Thomas Encho, Kelylee Evans, Al Jarreau.


In 2016 Pamina wrote her undergraduate dissertation about the evolution of scat singing from 1920’s to 2000’s. 

Passionate about jazz vocal improvisation but also the voice itself, Pamina teaches now privately, jazz singing and improvisation but is also qualified in teaching vocal technique from pop, rock, jazz to folk from beginners and advanced 


Pamina Beroff recently recorded a demo with her quartet with Jonny Wickham on bass, Tom Hutchison on drums and Lyle Barton on the piano.

Shortly after moving back to Paris, Pamina Beroff formed a duo with the guitarist Gabriel Traverse, gathering a broad repertoire from re arranged jazz standards to re visited pop tunes. 

Pamina is now currently working on her first EP planned to be released in fall 2019 with her new Parisian Quartet, with Mark Priore (pn), Juan Villarroel (cb), David Paycha (drm)