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Born in Boston, MA Cam Wharram is a multi-instrumentalist, arranger, sideman, and composer living and working in the New England Area. Wharram has accrued many awards in both IAJE Conferences, UNH's Clark Terry Jazz Festival, and has performed with regional audition-only groups at venues such as Symphony Hall and Mechanics Hall. Currently, Cam is attending the Berklee College of Music on scholarship.

Wharram has been playing professionally since the age of 15, playing in blues bands and small jazz groups in local bars, and eventually working in many theater pits around New England including the New London Barn Playhouse, the Turtle Lane Playhouse, the Next Door Theater, the Illuminator Players, and the Palace Theater in Manchester, NH. He has also worked for Royal Caribbean International performing on cruise ships around the world.

Currently, Cam is in the process of releasing his first album with his trio, C Dub Trois. The group formed in late April 2013 and since then has performed around the Boston jazz scene including clubs such as Wally's, The Lilypad, the Langham Hotel and Club Bond, and Chianti Jazz Club.

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Saxophones: Alto - Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Meyer 6 Mouthpiece Francois Louis Ligature Tenor - Selmer 'Cigar Cutter' Super Sax Aaron Drake Mouthpeice 7m Aaron Drake Ligature Cam plays Rico Jazz Select saxophone reeds Clarinet - Buffet Crampon R13 Bb Clarinet Vandoren B45 Mouthpeice Cam plays Grand Concert Select 'Evolution' Reeds and Haynes Flutes


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