Keyboardist Chris Geith is no stranger in the field of contemporary jazz having performed with several well known jazz artists like Lee Ritenour, Eric Marienthal, Peter White, Warren Hill, Paul Taylor, Michael Lington, Euge Groove, Steve Oliver and Vincent Ingala to name a few. The distinct, recognizable sound of his songs has also attracted hundreds of thousands of listeners to his Youtube channel.
Chris has built a strong online presence on social media, including a substantial following on Facebook where his “Facebook fan page” has now over 38,000 followers.
Chris Geith has played at numerous jazz festivals and jazz series including the Veneto Jazz Festival in Italy, the Seabreeze Jazz Festival, FL, Earl Klugh's "Weekend of Jazz", Jazz in the Woods, KS, the Summer Jazz Festival in the Bahamas, the Vienna Jazz Festival, WV, the Balcones Heights Jazz Festival, TX, the Wolf Creek Amphitheater Jazz Festival, GA and many more.
Mr. Geith has also appeared live on C-NBC, and in many world famous venues including the Sony Hall, the Apollo Theatre, Birdland, the Four Seasons, the Waldorf in New York City, Fenway Park and Scullers Jazz club in Boston, the Jazz Alley in Seattle, the Blues Alley in Washington DC, the Shubert Theatre, the Lyman Center for the Performing Arts, the Palace Theatre, the Foxwoods Resort Casino, the Mohegan Sun Casino, Toad's Place in Connecticut, the Vogel in New Jersey and many more.
The latest album “Invisible Reality” features special guest sax player Vincent Ingala on track 4. "Love Anchors the Soul". The result is a highly polished contemporary jazz album that blends jazz, funk, pop, rock, latin and even classical into songs that highlight everything from driving grooves to lush orchestral arrangements.
Geith's music has been heard extensively on hundreds of radio stations worldwide, also on the "Weather Channel", "Music Choice" cable, satellite radio, and on a number of different national TV shows including VH1 - Behind The Music, Inside Fame, PBS - Hometime, Discovery Health - Berman & Berman For Women Only, Speed Channel - Autoline Detroit, My Classic Car, Animal Planet - That's My Baby, Super Station - Famous Homes & Hideaways. Some of his music licensing deals have been with "Universal Music" in the USA and "Top2 Music" in Singapore.
Growing up in Italy, Chris Geith began playing piano at the age of six in Milan, where he graduated from the conservatory of music with a degree in music theory. He was later given an opportunity to study at the “Manhattan School of Music” in New York City where he graduated with a masters degree and “advance standing” for his musical skills.