She graduated in solo singing at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in class of prof. Milica Stojadinović in 2008. During her studies, she held many solo concerts in the country and abroad, performed on RTS and RTV televisions, gave concerts with the Academic Symphony Orchestra, as well as with the Ars Opera Chamber Orchestra.
She's a winner the award of His Royal Highness Crown Prince Karadjordjevic for outstanding achievements during his schooling and the award of the Executive Council of Vojvodina for the most talented student in the field of music.
With the role of Gilda from Verdi's opera "Rigoletto", she completed her master's studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, with the highest grade.
During her studies, she was a scholarship holder of the fund for the improvement of vocal art of young people, "Melanija Bugarinović and daughter Mirjana Kalinović-Kalin". She auditioned in Hungary, after which she got the main female role of Lesbina in Haydn's opera "Fishermen", which was performed as part of "Zempléni Fesztivál" in 2009.
He is the ambassador of the "Laza Kostić" foundation, in which he has performed as a long-term member in various cultural and educational-artistic projects. Within the foundation, she recorded a CD dedicated to children, who are of significant interest to the artist.
Since 2012, she has been the soloist of the Chamber Music Society (Kamerno Muzičko Društvo) in Novi Sad, founded by Miodrag Milanović, in which she has played numerous leading roles in operas performed both at the Serbian National Theater and on stages throughout Serbia, with two plays performed in Slovenia on the occasion of the centenary of the death of composer Davorin Jenko.
She received significant criticism on the occasion of the premiere of the monoopera M. Tariverdi's "Expectation" on the stage of the Serbian National Theater, which was performed for the first time in Republic of Serbia and region. Critics emphasize the beauty of her voice: "In Novi Sad, our protagonist revived the monoopera" Expectation "for the first time with masterful and enviable artistic inspiration. understandable text, and above all pure intonation, dramatic heights and experienced acting " . (Marija Adamov). The monoopera is a project of the Chamber Music Society.
In Lisbon (Portugal), she had a notable solo concert at the Galician Center (2013), in the "Xuventude de Galicia" hall, after which she received an invitation from the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Portugal to hold a solo concert in 2014.
On the occasion of the Statehood Day of the Republic of Serbia, he is holding a solo concert in the prestigious palace "Palácio Foz" in Lisbon in 2014.
The German Association of Kikinda (Der Deutsche Verein Kikinda) in cooperation with the German Embassy in Serbia is organizing a solo concert by Pamela Kis Ignjatov at the National Museum of Kikinda to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of composer Richard Strauss in 2014.
She is currently engaged at the Serbian National Theater in Novi Sad, where she sings the role of Melania in Dejan Despić's comic opera "Pop Ćira i pop Spira".
Since 2009, he has been working at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad at the Department of Solo Singing.
She received her D.A. from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in 2020 and thus obtained the title of Doctor of Arts.
As part of the "Summer on the Tisza" project, she held the first "Summer School of Solo Singing" in Novi Kneževac, which brought together young singers from primary and secondary music schools, as well as already established professionals. The part of the master's course was the lecture "Body as an instrument", given by D. A. Pamela Kiš Ignjatov.
During 2020, 2021 and 2022, she won a number of international awards:
- International competition "Constantine the Great", Serbia, 1st prize
- International competition "The Song", Italy, 1st prize
- International competition "Vara Talentelor", Romania, 2nd prize
- International competition "Da Capo", Romania, 2nd prize
- International Competition "IMKA Music Competition", Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1st prize
- "International Moscow Music Competition", Russia, 2nd prize
- International Competition "Silk Way", Russia, 1st prize
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Laza Kostić Foundation, she performed in the Matica Srpska ceremonial hall (February 17, 2022), within the project "Laza Kostić - William Shakespeare", in cooperation with the Shakespeare Institute in Stratford. Also, as part of this large and important project of the Laza Kostić Foundation, she recorded solo songs by our contemporary composers, Dorothea Vejnović and Ljubomir Nikolić, at the Eđšeg Cultural Station. The piano collaborator was Julius Drake, the world's most prominent pianist.