Title: Band Director
Company: Morgan Hill Unified School District
Location: Morgan Hill, California, United States
Greg S. Chambers, Band Director at the Morgan Hill Unified School District, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of music.
Well regarded for his performance as a band director for the Morgan Hill Unified School District, through which he has worked at both Martin Murphy Middle School and Ann Sobrato High School since 2016, Mr. Chambers has distinguished himself as a talented saxophonist. Bearing a great deal of expertise in both smooth and contemporary jazz, he has recorded such works as “A New Day,” “Can’t Help Myself” “After Hours,” “City Light” and a self-titled album. He is most proud to have earned recognition in his particular genre on Spotify playlists, and to have been listed on the Billboard Jazz Chart Top 40 in 2015. Likewise, Mr. Chambers was the recipient of a saxophone fellowship via the Aspen Music Fest in both 2007 and 2008, and was featured in articles by the Saxophone Journal and JazzMonthly.com.
Mr. Chambers’ exemplary performance in the field was born of his academic journey, during which time he studied music at the University of California Los Angeles. After attaining a Bachelor of Arts in 2006, he later graduated as a valedictorian for arts and architecture with a Master of Arts in 2008. To remain aware of developments affecting his field, Mr. Chambers has maintained his professional affiliation with a number of pertinent organizations. Among them, he is a member of the California Music Educators Association, the Santa Clara County Band Directors and the National Association for Music Education.
In accounting for his standout success, Mr. Chambers credits his dedication to hard work, zeal for teaching music and ability to focus. Likewise, he is grateful for the people in his life, without whom he would not have built the foundation upon which he now stands.
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