Camille Thurman with the Darrell Green Quartet presented by the Northampton Jazz Festival



Edwards Church (297 Main Street, Northampton MA)

Camille Thurman is a jazz saxophonist, vocalist, and composer. She is a powerhouse – as agile a saxophonist as vocalist – and is known for her unique interpretation of the jazz tradition.

Thurman has been nominated for several awards, including the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Jazz Album and Downbeat Magazine's Critics Poll Nominee for Rising Star Tenor Saxophonist and Vocalist. She has also toured and performed internationally with the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Thurman is an Assistant Professor of Jazz Performance at McGill University.

Darrell Green is a master drummer who is known for his effortless technique, captivating rhythms, and deep roots in the jazz tradition. He has toured and performed with leading jazz artists such as Cassandra Wilson, Pharoah Sanders, and Benny Golson in addition to leading both his own trio and quintet. His quartet showcases guitarist Bruce Edwards, bassist Tom DiCarlo and trumpeter Wallace Roney Jr.