Click to read about Chris

Follow Chris on Twitter Skype Chris™! Become my friend on Facebook
Become my friend on LinkedIn Follow Chris on Facebook Follow Chris on Reverbnation
Follow Chris on The Composers Forum
To contact Chris or to get on his mailing list, please fill out the form below:

 Alpiar.com request form
   
First Name:     
Last Name:     
Company Name:     
Email:     
Telephone:     
   
   (address required if requesting press kit)
Address:     
Suite/Apt:     
City:     
State:     
Zip:     
   
Message:     
   
 Add me to Chris' mailing list!  
 Send me the Cinematic Music Press Kit  
   
I'm not a robot!: 
Change the CAPTCHA codeSpeak the CAPTCHA code
 
Enter the word above in the box below.
If you can't read it clearly enough, click the refresh symbol above.
   
     
   


 Contact info and Google map

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)


View AlpsMedia, LLC. Studio in a larger map
 Testimonials
"Christopher's collaboration on our project was imperative. He is a master musician and a cutting edge thinker."
-- Sean Thompson, Mahicos Pictures


"In horse racing it's called "The horse for the course"; in business "The Rainmaker"; in music---- it's "Chris Alpiar": he knows your message better than you do!!!!"
-- Baird Thompson


 Chris' Notes
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.


One of my closest friends and brothers of the saxophone has his new band Swampdweller and is making a very original sound. Headed up by insane Alto Saxophonist Marc Fendel, and filled with some of Seattle's top Jazz, Hip Hop, and Funk musicians this gig is changing the shape of modern instrumental music.


"I don’t know if you’ve ever seen Monk perform, but Monk would dance up onstage. Monk would start dancing and a lot of these straight-laced jazz critics would be there and they didn’t know what to say: "Wait a minute, this is such profound, deep music – and there he is dancing!"
-- Sonny Rollins on Monk and Dancing