Click to skip to site content

Listening Session #3 with Thurmon Green

Performance

Thurmon Green makes music that is described as smooth and seductive; he was identified as a “singular voice in subversive, edgy pop” by The Fader magazine. Drawing from ‘90s R&B influences such as Anita Baker, or cellist-composer Arthur Russell, Green works within the framework of a progressive queer community. Having recently returned to his hometown of Los Angeles, Green brings his sound to MOCA to continue the series of Listening Sessions presented as part of Lauren Halsey: we still here, there.

Related