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PhillyCAM Sessions - Electricity




Through our ongoing partnership with PhillyCAM, Philadelphia Jazz Project has presented numerous television broadcasts. Throughout these efforts, we have attempted to share with the public, the bountiful harvest of Jazz and musical other possibilities that lie within the Philadelphia region. This Television page provides you with access to many of these programs.

 


Philadelphia Jazz Project Presents: PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity Series

PJP, Turtle Studios and PhillyCAM present a diverse collection of performances by Philadelphia musicians who demonstrate their unique interpretations of the term Electricity.

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #1 / Featuring - Ernest Stuart

 

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #2 / Featuring - Maxfield Gast

 

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #3 / Featuring - Ronnie Burrage

 

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #4 / Featuring - Jake Kelberman

 

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #5 / Featuring - Charles Ellerbe

 

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #6 / Featuring - Ross Bellenoit

 

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #6 / Featuring - Vocalist Showcase

with Parris Love' / Lee Mo / Alexis Simmons / Kevin Valentine

 

 

PhillyCAM Sessions Electricity #8 / Featuring - Series Highlights

with a special tribute to PhillyCAM staff member Vijay Mohan

 

 

Thanks to everyone at PhillyCAM and Turtle Studios. Thanks to all of the participating artists, the entire production, lighting, sound and video crews, as well as all of our volunteers. Special thanks to the PJP staff.

 

Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, with funding provided by The Wyncote Foundation.

 

 

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Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the Culture Trust | Greater Philadelphia, with funding provided by The Wyncote Foundation.