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Gregg Gelb Jazz Quartet

GREGG GELB is a recipient of the 1997 Jazz Fellowship Award from the North Carolina Arts Council. He has a Bachelor of Music degree from Berklee College of Music, a Master of Music degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts, and a DMA from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. From 1987-1991 he was a Visiting Artist in the North Carolina Community Colleges and he has taught music in universities and public schools throughout North Carolina. In addition to leading the Gregg Gelb Jazz Quartet, Gregg Gelb Swing Band and other small groups, he is founder and director of the Heart of Carolina Jazz Orchestra and Jazz Society, and co-founder and player with the North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra. He teaches Introduction to Jazz online for Central Carolina Community College, and a Jazz Improvisation Workshop and private lessons at Marsh Woodwinds in Raleigh.

Partial List of Presenters and Schools who have hired Gregg and his ensembles over the years:
NC Museum of Art
NC Museum of History
NC Symphony
Artsplosure, Raleigh
Oriental Theatre
Temple Theatre
Duke University Institute of the Arts
Carrboro Arts Center
Friends of the Given Library
Tryon Estates
Fearrington House
Pinehurst Hotel
Raleigh Parks and Recreation
NC School of the Arts
Halifax Community College
Triangle Swing Dance Society
Carolina Inn
Bogart’s, Raleigh (Jazz coordinator 2004 - present)
Sullivan’s, Raleigh (Jazz coordinator 1999 -2004)
Smokehouse Jazz
Cardinal Club, Raleigh
Rowan Public Library
Lee County Centennial
City of Winston Salem
Craven Community Concerts Association, New Bern
Smokehouse Jazz
NC Center for the Advancement of Teaching
Durham Symphony Orchestra
University of North Carolina Alumni Association
University of North Carolina Dental School
University of North Carolina Alumni Club
Quail Ridge Books and Music
Wake Forest Parks and Recreation
Rockingham Community College