Mr Greg Stott

Associate Lecturer (Jazz Coordinator)
Performance Teaching Fellow
Jazz H-Course Year 12 Teacher
Contemporary, Jazz Guitar
Peter Karmel Building
Greg Stott has a Masters degree in Music (Performance, Arranging & Composition) and has been a featured performer at numerous events including the 2010 New Zealand International Jazz & Blues Festival, the Sydney Olympics Festival, the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, the National Folk festival and a number of international sporting events. He has also played for Australian Prime Ministers and foreign dignitaries and performed original compositions for ABC FM, broadcast nationally. He is currently Musical Director and composer for an independent Australian film, The Competition, which is expected to be completed in 2012-13.
In addition to performing with The Greg Stott Band  and the Utopia Collective, Greg has performed or recorded with a range of jazz, classical and pop artists including:
James Morrison, Dale Barlow, Andrew Gander, Tim Kain (Guitar Trek), Tim Strong (USA), Brady Blade (USA), Don Johnson, Miroslav Bukovsky, Brendan Clarke, Wayne Kelly, Craig Scott, Gery Scott, Craig Schneider, Ra Khahn, The Idea of North, John Mackey, Mike Price, Eric Ajaye, Col Hoorweg, James Greening, Dave Panichi, Ben Hauptman, Peta Gammie, Grace Knight, Jackie Love, Rhonda Birchmore, Hayley Jensen (Australian Idol), Steve and Rae Amosa, Kirrah Amosa Gabby Birmingham, Elana Stone, Meg Corsen,  Adam Sofo (The Voice, Silverchair, Guy Sebastian), Robbie Zootster, Steve Allen, The RMC Duntroon Big Band, and the Canberra Symphony Pops Orchestra. Greg has also supported acts as diverse as Shirley Maclaine, Dionne Warwick, The Whitlams, Killing Heidi, Mental as Anything, and Daryl Braithwaite.

Updated:  12 June 2013/Responsible Officer:  Head, School of Music/Page Contact:  Development Officer