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Demondrae Thurman is quickly becoming one of the most recognized names in a new generation of euphonium soloists. His solo recording entitled Soliloquies was released on the Summit Records label in 2005. He plans to make a recording a songs and arias in June of 2008. Demondrae is in high demand as a clinician/adjudicator. He has been a featured artist for many of the International Tuba/Euphonium and U.S. Army Band Conferences in addition the Leonard Falcone Festival. Thurman has performed and recorded as euphoniumist with several orchestras included the Atlanta Symphony under the baton of Grammy Award-winning conductor Robert Spano. As a champion of contemporary music, Demondrae has premiered numerous works for solo euphonium including Soliloquies by John Stevens and Fantasy for Euphonium and Orchestra by Doug Bristol.
Demondrae is also an active chamber musician. He is a founding member of the highly acclaimed Sotto Voce Quartet. Sotto Voce has performed extensively throughout North America and Europe and has three recordings on Summit Records. Sotto Voce’s second release, Viva Voce!: The Complete Quartets of Johns Stevens, won the first ever Roger Bobo Award for excellence in chamber music recording given by the International Tuba/Euphonium Association. Demondrae also plays first baritone horn with the world renowned Brass Band of Battle Creek.
Equally in demand as a trombonist, Demondrae has performed with the Mobile Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Tuscaloosa Symphony, Hot Springs Festival Orchestra, and as a member of the Tuscaloosa Horns with such Motown recording artists as The Temptations, The Four Tops and The Supremes.
Demondrae Thurman is a Miraphone Performing Artist and plays exclusively the Miraphone 5050 Ambassador “Edition” euphonium which was designed specifically for him. He also plays the “Demondrae” model mouthpiece manufactured by Warburton Music Products.
Currently, Demondrae Thurman teaches at The University of Alabama where he is Assistant Professor of Euphonium and Tuba.