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Christopher Kennedy Alpiar
Composer, Arranger, Studio Saxophonist, Producer
AlpsMedia, LLC
800 East Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30312-1412
(310)339-9603 (Los Angeles)
(404)287-0514 (Atlanta)
(347)949-8863 (New York City)


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 Testimonials
"WOW!! The [digital realization projects you did for me] sound super in full-fledged AIFF glory... Thanks for the excellent job...and for all your great effort!"
-- Phil Kelly, Composer and Arranger


"Chris Alpiar has been a great writer since I met him back in Berklee in the 90s. He just keeps getting better and better!"
-- Guillermo Hung, Still Hung Productions


 Chris' Notes
Classic and Swingin' Jazz in Naples! No, Naples Florida not Italy! Check out one of the most deserving masters of Jazz guitar Dan Heck and his sexy and sultry wife Rebecca. Together they lead a strong Jazz scene in central Florida that mixes beautifully the raw creative energy and intellect of classic jazz, with a modern sophistication and enjoyable entertainment. Tell em Mike the Boofer sent ya!


Hey! If you are in Seattle on a Tuesday night, head on over to the Owl 'n Thistle for a groovy jazz jam session hosted by Bebop and Destruction.


"I am enough of an artist to draw freely on my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination circles the world."
-- Albert Einstein on imagination