Sebastián Greschuk, currently resides in Basel, Switzerland. He began to play the trumpet at age 9, beginning his studies at the School of Music No. 9901 Children and Youth Orchestra of the city of Santa Fe, Argentina.

He took private classes with Juan Cruz de Urquiza and Guillermo Calliero. He participated in masterclasses dictated by Roberto "Fats" Fernández, Bobby She...
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Sebastián Greschuk, currently resides in Basel, Switzerland. He began to play the trumpet at age 9, beginning his studies at the School of Music No. 9901 Children and Youth Orchestra of the city of Santa Fe, Argentina.

He took private classes with Juan Cruz de Urquiza and Guillermo Calliero. He participated in masterclasses dictated by Roberto "Fats" Fernández, Bobby Shew, Barry Harris, Ralph Alessi, Guillermo Klein, David Kikoski and Seamus Blake.

He graduated from the Jazz career of the Manuel de Falla Superior Conservatory of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

He received an Honorable Mention from the National Fund for the Arts in Unpublished music in the Jazz category. He released his first album entitled "Landscape" released by the Chicago label, United States Ears & Eyes Records.

He was chosen as the 2019 revelation musician by the Argentine media "the intruder".

He has shared the stage with musicians such as Carlos Michelini, Hernán Jacinto, Oscar Giunta, Ernesto Jodos, Francisco Lo Vuolo, Daniel “Pipi” Piazzolla, Juan Cruz de Urquiza, Sergio Verdinelli, Carlos Lastra, Marshall Gilkes, Conrad Herwig, Roberto «Fats» Fernández , Tim Berne, John Hollenbeck.

He was selected and awarded a scholarship to participate in the Focusyear program in Basel, Switzerland, ( https://www.focusyearbasel.com/ ) where he received a masterclass dictated by Brad Mehldau, he played with Kurt Rosenwinkel, Jorge Rossy, David Virelles, Jeff Ballard, Lionel Loueke, Wolgang Muthspiel among others and received private classes dictated by Ambrose Akinmusire.

He also arranged music for a Big Band directed by Guillermo Klein where he played alongside Seamus Blake.

www.sebastiangreschuk.com.ar
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