Born in Perth, Western Australia in 1969, CHRIS GREIVE started playing music at the age of 11. Trumpet was his first choice because he preferred the look and sound of his dad's Louis Armstrong record to his Chris Barber album. But he was told to play trombone instead because his lips were too fat. Undaunted by this flagrant deception (Louis' lips were hardly slimline). Chris gained a Bmus degree, was a finalist in the Australian Jazz Brass Awards 1996 and has made a big impression since moving to Scotland. He has recorded with his own band, NeWt, as well as the Haftor Medboe Group, Salsa Celtica and Live Sciences
Willing to teach
Advanced students only.
Lecturer & Big Band Director at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS Glasgow) Jazz Course (Artistic Director; Tommy Smith).
Maths & Music for Secondary Schools.
Cross-curriculum projects incl;
Music/Literacy (primary school level),
Music/Science (for University Education Degree students),
Music/Maths (for Secondary school students),
Music/RMA (for University Education Degree students.
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