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This is the fortieth in a series of special Jazz on the Tube reviews of live stream performances.

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Camille Thurman, who is in her mid-thirties, is an excellent tenor-saxophonist, flutist and singer who is considered one of the brightest stars in her generation.

After graduating college, she settled in New York, was a finalist in the 2013 Sarah Vaughan International Vocal Competition, and recorded as a leader for the Hot Tone Music and Chesky labels.

On her Livestream from June 4, 2020, Camille Thurman is joined by drummer/percussionist Darrell Green.

The first piece effectively matches her impressive wordless singing to powerful images from the recent anti-racism and police brutality demonstrations.

She next performs a thoughtful “Danny Boy” on her alto flute and her original ballad “He Looks Beyond My Faults and Found Me” on tenor.

The production concludes with her overdubbed voices and Green’s drumming accompanying dramatic images from the demonstrations on “Time For A Change” and Camille Thurman talking about her life during the pandemic period.

– Scott Yanow

Archived streams

June 04, 2020

May 10, 2021 – With Emmet Cohen

September 24, 2020 With Darrell Green

May 10, 2020

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