"Hughes plays with a singing lush quality reminiscent of Perlman." 

- All Music Guide

discography

Legacy: Violin Music of African-American Composers

Albany Records, 2011

Legacy is a critically acclaimed album  featuring works spanning nearly two centuries of music by  African-American composers- from Bingham's Cotillion, composed in 1820 by Francis Johnson, to S.L.I.C.E., a 2009 composition by Chad "Sir  Wick" Hughes.  Hughes is joined by pianist Ellen Bottorff in this  wonderful mix of dance, jazz, Afro-Latin, and Neo-Romantic music which has been broadcast on radio stations around the world. Legacy is available on iTunes and Amazon.com.

Solo recording featuring Tami Lee Hughes accompanied by Ellen Bottorff.

Solo recording featuring Tami Lee Hughes accompanied by Ellen Bottorff.

Vocalise

Brian Nelson Music, 2010

Vocalise: Instrumental & Vocal Music of Brian J. Nelson features a complete representation of instrumental, chamber, choral, and sacred music.  Tami Lee Hughes performs violin solo Ballade with pianist Ellen Bottorff on this recording.  



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VIDEOS

S.L.I.C.E. by Chad "Sir Wick" Hughes

From Legacy: Violin Music of African-American Composers

Some Time I Feel Like A Motherless Child by George Morrison

From Legacy: Violin Music of African-American Composers

Harlem, Saturday Night by David Baker

From Legacy: Violin Music of African-American Composers

Mixed Feelings by Ozie Cargile

From Legacy: Violin Music of African-American Composers

ballade for Violin and Piano by brian nelson

From Voaclise

AUDIO CLIPS

Excerpt: Allegro from Sonata in E minor, k. 304 by W.A. mozart

Excerpt: beau soir by claude debussy - jascha heifetz

excerpt: Tzigane by maurice ravel