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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
"Chris is an extremely knowledgable and gifted composer and musician. [...] Chris helps round out the skill set for Tunewelders as an affiliate composer, and we couldn't be more excited to be working with him"
-- Jeremy Gilbertson, Tunewelders


"From epic sweeping melodies, to hot sexy rhythms, Christopher Alpiar does it all with ease. A total professional, and a gas to work with!"
-- Michael Fortney, Static Productions


 Chris' Notes
New York City bands! If you are gigging in NYC go check out nycmusicscene and post your gigs there. My friends at NYC Music Scene also do a great podcast every Wednesday. Check it out!!


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.


"Yes; as the music changes,
Like a prismatic glass;
It takes the light and ranges
Through all the moods that pass."
-- Alfred Noyes on Music