Leo Steinriede Quintet

Thu, Jun 24, 2021

Leo Steinriede Quintet

Leo Steinriede, a guitarist, arranger and composer, studies music at the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts, Settlement Music School and Lower Merion High School. I started playing the guitar at age 7 and started studying at the Philadelphia Clef Club at age 13. Learning from such great teachers like Marcell Bellinger and Monnette Sudler really made me want to pursue music as a career. While jazz is the main way that I communicate musically, my senses are informed by all of the types of music I listen to.

Leo Steinriede and Aidan McKeon’s musical connection began in middle school when they met at the storied Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts. The duo’s collaboration for half a decade has focused on developing a strong chemistry as composers and improvisers. Here, they team up with bassist Pete Dennis and drummer Sirus Zandfard to bring you an evening of exciting original arrangements and compositions!

Leo Steinriede- Electric Guitar, Aidan McKeon- Saxophones, Joe Block- Piano, Michael Gilbert- Bass, Sirus Zandfard- Drums

DINNER & SHOW AVAILABLE (Max of 4 tickets per order, limited seating) $65 per person includes 3 course dinner & show. Beverages, tip & tax not included. Arrival time for 8pm show is 7pm, General Admission available at 7:30pm

GENERAL ADMISSION - $15 with A La Carte Menu. Arrival times for 9:30 pm show is 9:15

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Leo Steinriede, a guitarist, arranger and composer, studies music at the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts, Settlement Music School and Lower Merion High School. I started playing the guitar at age 7 and started studying at the Philadelphia Clef Club at age 13. Learning from such great teachers like Marcell Bellinger and Monnette Sudler really made me want to pursue music as a career. While jazz is the main way that I communicate musically, my senses are informed by all of the types of music I listen to.

Leo Steinriede and Aidan McKeon’s musical connection began in middle school when they met at the storied Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts. The duo’s collaboration for half a decade has focused on developing a strong chemistry as composers and improvisers. Here, they team up with bassist Pete Dennis and drummer Sirus Zandfard to bring you an evening of exciting original arrangements and compositions!