EGMP Mission Statement

ELENA GRECO MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTIONS™ Mission Statement by Elena Greco ELENA GRECO MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTIONS™ offers a different kind of entertainment, one which actively and uniquely engages both performers and audience, presenting projects that entertain, educate and enliven. EGMP stands for total authenticity in creative expression and a commitment to the highest excellence in every project. It fosters transformation and the expansion…

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The Music Salon Returns!

The Music Salon Returns! by Elena Greco August 2014 The Music Salon™ is back! I mentioned in my last Newsletter that there would be a change coming. Well, it’s here! The Music Salon is returning to what it originally started out to be – and never really stopped being. Exciting changes will make this experience far more valuable to singers…

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Just Call Me Pisa….

Just Call Me Pisa… by Elena Greco September 23, 2015 Herniated Disc Day 7 Welcome to Pain! This is your new life! That was the message I got when I woke up a week ago today. It seems that lifting something a little too heavy while stooped over a barrier was the final straw for a particular nerve in my…

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Better Living Through Music

Better Living Through Music by Elena Greco July 2007 © Introduction Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education. ~ Plato (347 B.C.E.) The process of academic learning and concentrated study is sometimes fraught with stress, difficulty, tension and apprehension. In addition, other areas of our lives require mental focus in processing information which sometimes proves difficult.…

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Ageism in the Arts

Ageism in the Arts by Elena Greco July 14, 2011 Let’s face it: we’re just not allowed to grow up. As performing artists, we don’t dare let anyone know our age, don’t dare let a wrinkle show, don’t dare give a hint that we might have grown a year older. We have to remain stuck in time. I don’t know…

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Creating Art from a Multi-Dimensional Life

Creating Art from a Multi-Dimensional Life by Elena Greco September 28, 2013 For 25 years now I have had four professions. I have kept them separate professionally until now, but I am feeling compelled to combine them to bring forth something new. This post will explain why, I believe. Unlike all of my writing up till now, I do not…

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The Sad – and Happy – State of the Arts

The Sad – and Happy – State of the Arts by Elena Greco February 9, 2011  There’s a lot of talk about the sad state of the arts these days. There’s a lot of bemoaning the loss of government funding, the commercialism and cheapening of opera, and the lack of work for singers. All of this is certainly true. But…

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Why Fragrance Stinks

Why Fragrance Stinks by Elena Greco November 28, 2010 Fragrance can be a touchy issue. Some people seem to feel that wearing fragrance is a form of self-expression, one which others should have no say about. In addition, many people are simply not aware how much fragrance they emit from the personal care products they wear. Why does this matter?…

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Paying to Sing

Paying to Sing by Elena Greco October 17, 2010 I finally have to say it: the Emperor has no clothes. I finally have to say that I am against the practice of not paying singers, and of expecting singers to pay for every opportunity to sing. No other musician is asked to do this! No other professional is asked to…

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