Tami Tyree: “Star Spangled Banner” National Anthem (USA) “Lift Every Voice and Sing” (Black National Anthem) for opening ceremony -Black History Month, February, 2020 Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC. Sponsored by Harlem Renaissance 100 Cultural Collaborative.
Tami Tyree discusses the impact of Martin Luther King’s assassination on the music of Motown as part of her Motown study and performance as commissioned by the North Carolina Historical Society. Lecture recorded on the occasion of MLK day, January, 2020
Tami Tyree Thomas Dorsey tribute, The Riverside Church, NYC. “Old Ship of Zion” Riverside Church Inspirational Choir

Tami Tyree leads chant of field singers soundtrack 12 Years A Slave feature film Academy Award winner: Best Picture, 2014
Screening of We Are The Endless Roar 2019 documentary by Joyce Adewumi (2nd left) at National Black Theater, NYC. Film chronicles trip the foursome took throughout Nigeria led by Africans Adewumi and Ifa Chief Doctor Ifagbensola Atanda. On far right is Maleeka Harris and far left Tami Tyree, two African-Americans on their first trip to the continent. Singer Tami Tyree performed for a Nigerian king in his palace during 21-day trip to experience the Osun festival; sacred places, and bodies of water.
Performance at the palace of the Emir of Argungu, Alhaji Ismail Mohammad Mera Nigeria, August, 2018

Tami Tyree in cabaret/jazz club ‘Metropolitan Room’ NYC. Rudi Mwongozi, piano; Bob Cunningham, bass, Jonathan Peretz, drums, Daryle Pooser, guitar.

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