11-08-16kabir

I stumbled across your profile on GrammyPro and subsequently checked out your productions, which are top notch.

I am a Grammy-award winning jazz producer whose productions have garnered 4 Grammy nominations and 2 Latin Grammy nominations.
My bio: www.kabir.cc/bio

It would be fun to learn: what are you working on next? Perhaps we can collaborate, Christopher.

Yours in Music,
Kabir Sehgal

04-09-16ric craig

Chris long time!! Im in tampa/ st pete.
Teach part time at USF.
Heard they are closing Jax in glendale. Fond memories playing your compositions. Wondered if u had any copies of those tunes es we recorded with trey henry and you. Hope all is well.
818-631 2706

11-24-15Gregg Bohling

Chris Greco,
Gregg Bohling (Frank) how the hell are you ?

12-13-14Paul Nolen

Hi Chris,
I hope you're doing well. This is Paul Nolen, and I teach saxophone at Illinois State. We're hosting Steven Stucky as a guest artist this spring, and I've been asked to perform his "Notturno." I checked out your sound sample on this site, and enjoyed your playing! Would you be willing to send me the complete live recording to check out? I'm just trying to get a sense of what this piece entails since I don't yet have the score. Many thanks,
Paul

11-11-14Bob Vandivort

Hi Chris
You have a Beautiful Tenor Sound. I wonder if you can share what Horn,Reeds an Mouthpiece you play on your Tenor set up.
Thanks
Bob V

09-14-14Bach in the Subways Day

Hearty greetings to all fellow Bach lovers! We write to inform you of Bach in the Subways Day – an annual celebration on J.S. Bach’s 330th birthday, Saturday, March 21, 2015, when musicians around the world will unite to perform Bach for free in subways and public spaces, all day and all night, to share our love for our art form and to sow the seeds for future generations of classical music lovers. We are currently recruiting musicians, organizers, and venues for performances – solos, ensembles, flashmobs, marathons and other creative scenarios are all encouraged! If you happen to be a music teacher, Bach in the Subways Day also presents an ideal opportunity for your students to gain valuable public performance experience. Bach in the Subways is a community focused, volunteer driven, grassroots organization – we encourage everyone to get involved in promoting this unique global event. You can help us fill the world with Bach!

Write to us at bachinthesubwaysday@gmail.com with your ideas, inquiries, and suggestions, and to have your planned Bach in the Subways Day 2015 performances posted on our online global schedule. Join facebook.com/BachInTheSubways and twitter.com/bachinthesubway to be updated on Bach in the Subways Day 2015 news.

08-27-14Lauren DeJesus Bowman

Hi Chris, I don't know if you remember me but I took alto sax lessons from you about 14 years ago! I found you at Marshall Music then went to your house in Pasadena for a while for private lessons. I was thinking about you because some of my students asked me about learning different instruments, and I told them I had private lessons as a new teacher years ago. Anyways, I just wanted to say hello and that I appreciate that you took the time out of your busy schedule to teach me. I currently teach Commercial music, Band and Choir at Lawndale High school. I found your page on facebook, but couldn't find your contact info so I was happy to find this page. Anyways, I hope all is well and I hope to hear from you soon!

07-03-14Eudoxia Ypsilanti

Dear Mr.Greco,
My name is Eudoxia and I am composer, arranger,copyist and music engraver from Greece.
I have 5 years experience as a copyist and in music transcription. I use the software Finale 2009.For my last 2 years, I am Music Engraver for Edition Orpheus , Cambia,Nordstern Edition and Ayotte Custom Musical Engravings.
Samples of my work you can find at:
www.eudoxiaypsilanti.weebly.com
I'd be glad to co-operate with you as music engraver or arranger for your future projects.

Thank you for your time

04-24-14Beaux Lux

Hello!

My name is Beaux Lux. I'm a musician based out of St. Joseph, and I've put together a community event for current and aspiring jazz musicians throughout the area.

My group, Amalgam Jazz, hosts a jazz jam (all eras/styles) at the First Ward (in St. Joseph) the first Monday of each month, from 5-9.

It is an all ages spot (with good food), and we've been doing it for over a year now.

I put it together to provide a friendly networking and training ground for the area musicians.


I would love get any interested students from the surrounding areas aware of this opportunity (I used to have to head down to K.C. to get regular opportunities to play jazz and find good quality jams).

I heavily encourage individual players, as well as entire combos, to come and get plugged in to the thriving network.

We've had players of all skill ranges play (from beginner h.s. combos, to decades-experience jazz musicians). It's a very friendly/encouraging environment, and with less and less outlets to play these days, it's a great training ground that's important to me to provide.

On the professional end, many new contacts and gig opportunities have been established because of the natural cross-talk that happens at these events (especially for rhythm section players). From recording session work, recital partners, and pit orchestra work, to rock/pop/funk/jazz gigs, it all opens up to those who network.

If you know of any people (students, faculty, community) that would be interested in this event, please let them know. Good professional jams were a cornerstone of my own development in my youth, and it is important to me to provide a local function of the same.

12-02-13Eudoxia

Dear Mr.Greco,
My name is Eudoxia and I am freelance composer, arranger,copyist and music engraver from Greece.
I have 5 years experience as a copyist and in music transcription. I use the software Finale 2009.For my last 2 years, I am Music Engraver for Edition Orpheus , Cambia,Nordstern Edition and Ayotte Custom Musical Engravings.
Samples of my work you can find at:
www.eudoxiaypsilanti.weebly.com
I'd be glad to co-operate with you as transcriber,Arranger,or music engraver for your future projects.
Thank you for your time

10-26-13Dave Horne

Christopher, many years ago in the early 1970's I worked with a singer who worked two weeks at Dangerfield's, the comedy club of the late Rodney Dangerfield.

THe same time we played there there was also a Chris Greco trio performing. I was wondering if in fact that could have been you.

I trust yuou don't mind this intrusion.

All the best, Dave Horne

Dave Horne
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07-18-13Haines

Dear Chris:

The following title will be reviewed in the October issue of Cadence.
CHRIS GRECO QUARTET

TRANE OF THOUGHT

GWS 71959

You can access the review on October 1, 2013 with this temporary username.
www.cadencejazzmagazine.com
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05-31-13Gilberto Mineiro

Hi Chris! I would like to introduce myself. I'm Gilberto Mineiro. I’m journalist, musical researcher and broadcaster at Rádio Universidade FM in São Luís (an island in the northeast of Brazil which was founded by the French and later colonized by the Portugueses.

Here I produce and present radio program named " Music Company " that is relates with Bossa Nova, jazz, new music, modern music, acid jazz, classical music, new age, progressive, blues, Brazilian Music, World Music, Ethnic Music, experiment music and much more since 1990 It would be such a pleasure to receive your information – press kit with CD in order to spread your work out, in my radio program.

Thank you very much for the attention and interest. I will be waiting for your news.

Gilberto.

Send to Gilberto Mineiro

My address is: Rua Santa Rita, 664 - centro, Sao Luis Maranhao cep-65015-430 Brazil


Ps to hear my show radio at the university radio called "Company of the Music", go to the site: http://www.universidadefm.ufma.br / every Thursday, Streaming live from 8 p.m. to 9 a.m., Brazilian schedule

04-22-13jonathan Bernard

Great site, Chris. Great to see what you are up to. Congrats.

Can you do a fellow performing artists a favor, pls?

Can you give me an update re our Orchid Ensemble discussions for Spring 2014, pls?

If its still pending, no problem, just need to know.

If its a NO!, pls let me know.

I'm just not sure how to proceed with my tour planning for Spring 2014, not knowing how we will or may proceed.

Big thanks,

Jonathan

04-04-13Jim Eigo

Hello Chris,

I’d really like to give your new CD “Trane of Though " a listen.

Please send or have your label send to my below address.

You should know my various music related activities include: NARAS (voting Member http://www.grammys.com/), Annual JJA Awards (notification committee + voting Member http://www.jazzhouse.org/) , Highlights In Jazz, Cape May Jazz Fest and the Jazz Museum In Harlem to name a few.

You should also know that we provide a number of services for independent artists and labels. We can assist you with getting reviews and spreading the word to wider jazz community. Just ask for my list of campaigns and I’ll send over all the details.

Please add me to your e mail list to keep me informed about all your musical activities.

Thank you for your cooperation. I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

Very best regards,



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NARAS VOTING MEMBER SINCE 1994

12-29-12Deborah Young

Hello. I'm trying to find out if the KC NACUSA Chapter is still active. I'm an aspiring composer looking for a local community in which to participate, including possible mentors and opportunities to assist established composers.

12-27-12Jeff Williams

12/27/2012

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The samples of Trane of Thought contain great unique compositions and arrangements; I really appreciate the various techniques you explore with your music and on the saxophone and flute.

In “Sterope," I really enjoyed the playing; outstanding feel, very nice melody, interesting arrangement, great ensemble sound, and the music is enjoyable and creative.

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08-07-12William Funk

Dear Dr. Greco,
I'm a composer and recently retired adjunct faculty at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas and am writing to let you know about a couple of my pieces that feature the saxophone for which I am seeking a wider audience.
The first is a sax quartet - \\\\\\\"Saxophone Sonnet\\\\\\\". It has been performed in Missouri by students of Leo Saguiguit, in Michigan by students of Trent Kynaston, and in Texas by students of Todd Oxford. Recordings are up on my website (www.williamfunk.com). The work is unique in that all 4 players are required to double on alto sax during one section of the piece.
The second is a work for mezzo-soprano, viola, soprano sax, and flugelhorn - \\\\\\\"Concupiscence\\\\\\\". It\\\\\\\'s a 3 movement song cycle featuring mezzo, but there\\\\\\\'s plenty of interesting material for the saxophone as well.
And lastly is a fun, little trio for saxophone (soprano/alto), trumpet, and cello - \\\\\\\"Equi-Delta\\\\\\\". The work was recently premiered by a faculty trio at SW Oklahoma State University.
Could I e-mail (or US Mail) you a pdf copy of any or all of the scores for your consideration?
Sincerely,
William F. Funk
william@williamfunk.com
(785)-727-0516

12-17-11greg lazare

sheialh filson says to say hello

11-15-11Mike Elliot

Chris:

Will you be in LA on the 17th for the Hollywood Music Awards?
I'd like to come by and say hello. Let me know if you get the chance.

Mike

01-27-10Ken Lovern

Hey Chris,

I enjoyed hearing one of your jazz tracks on KPR 91.5 fm about a week ago. David Basse told me that you had recently moved to the area from LA. I'm a jazz organist. Maybe we could do some playing some time.
www.KenLovern.com

Ken

07-31-09Luigi Magistrelli

Congratulations for your artistic activity
and great site !

Luigi Magistrelli , Conservatory of Milano