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PhillyCAM Sessions - VSOR




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: VSOR - Pearl Williams

This concert was part of a Very Special Onetime Recording Series at Turtle Studios, in Philadelphia, June 2015. This performance features Jazz singer, Pearl Williams, with her backing band of Aaron Graves, Lee Smith and Leon Jordan Sr.

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Jazz Project Presents: VSOR - Ed Stokes / Kunu Bi
This concert was part of a Very Special Onetime Recording Series at Turtle Studios, in Philadelphia, June 2015. This performance features Ed Stokes and Tom Lowery, together known as Kunu Bi.

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Jazz Project Presents: VSOR - Raymond A. King
This concert was part of a Very Special Onetime Recording Series at Turtle Studios, in Philadelphia. This performance features avant-garde pianist, Raymond A. King with his ensemble of Bert Harris, Terry Lawson and Lamar Prince.

 

 

 

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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Philly Jazz Quotes

On my first record with him, I used no notes, just sound... I never played as powerfully as I did with Sunny Murray... he plays pulse, not beats.
Byard Lancaster

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