Composer | Performer | Professor of MusicEndorsing Artist for Selmer Saxophones, Gonzalez Reeds, and Silverstein Pro Team - Ligatures
Award-winning composer, classical and jazz woodwind performer and professor of music Christopher Greco has followed a path in music of discovery, and accumulation. He composes, performs, and teaches a broad and diverse range of music: classical, contemporary, multi-genre, electro-acoustic, and jazz music.
Studies as a classical saxophonist and clarinetist (D.M.A. performance), composer (M.A. music composition), and woodwind multi-instrumentalist (flute) were completed in his hometown of Los Angeles.
Compositions and performances have been endorsed in the U.S. and internationally: "multi-talented artist," "a versatile, innovative musician," “boundless inspiration," "supreme multi-instrumentalist," “exhilarating," "extremely impressive playing," "thought provoking," "virtuoso saxophonist," "impeccable performance," “beautiful." Greco is a professor of music, coordinator of the music theory and music composition area and teaches: composition, theory, applied woodwinds, orchestration, seminar in composition, counterpoint, chamber music, and History of Jazz (summer online).