- $25 for one admission to an intimate evening of jazz with guitarist Steve Giordano
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- The January 30 concert features the Steve Giordano Quartet
- The February 14 concert is a special Valentine’s Day event featuring Steve Giordano’s original compositions sung by Carla Jenkins
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
Groups meet at a Germantown residence. The exact location will be shared after purchase.
Each event is capped at 25 participants.
What You’ll Do
Steve Giordano started his own jazz salon to offer a musical rarity: a chance to listen to acclaimed musicians play original compositions in a relaxed, intimate setting. Steve has invited a variety of musicians—all renowned for their craft—to play with him, so on any given night, you might hear fusions of Brazilian samba, impressionistic jazz, or ballads. During intermission, artists will mingle and chat with the guests about their musical influences and experiences, before it’s time to pour yourself another glass of home-brought bubbly or skim milk as the musicians pick their instruments back up to finish off the evening with more jazz.
Private Jazz Concert
Acclaimed musicians play original compositions for a small crowd.
Interact with Musicians
The artists will come out to mingle and chat with guests during intermission.
Guests may bring wine, beer, or another beverage to enjoy during the concert. Light appetizers will be provided.
Special Valentine’s Day Concert
If you opt for the February 14 concert date, you’ll hear Carla Jenkins crooning Steve’s original compositions as part of the “Musical Candlelight” event.
Acclaimed Jazz Guitarist
Steve Giordano shares his love of music through creating compositions, performing in concerts, and teaching lessons. He’s an acclaimed musician who’s recorded on the Muse and CrissCross Labels and gained exposure through his YouTube channel—his style fuses elements of multiple genres to create a unique, impressionistic sound. Giordano has worked with a diverse range of musicians, from Richard “Groove” Holmes in his early days to a more recent collaboration with trumpeter John Swana.