Jazz on the Menu – 2018

Dine Out to Support Music Programs in the Schools

When: Wednesday, March 21
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Where: Healdsburg and Geyserville

Enjoy live jazz with great food at eight restaurants in the Healdsburg-Geyserville area during the 8th annual Jazz on the Menu. All participating restaurants donate 25% of their food and beverage sales to help support our highly successful Music Education Programs in the schools.

Reservations are recommended. All locations Healdsburg unless noted; all phone numbers area code (707).

Café Lucia 235 Healdsburg Ave.
431-1113 cafelucia.net

Susan Sutton and Joe Kruzic Duo
Piano and Guitar

Campo Fina 330 Healdsburg Ave.
395-4640, campofina.com

Jim Adams and John Potter Duo
Guitar and Bass

Catelli’s Restaurant 21047 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville
857-3471 mycatellis.com

Greg Hester and Gary Johnson Duo
Piano and Woodwinds

Chalkboard 29 North St.
473-8030 chalkboardhealdsburg.com

Kevin Fitzsimmons Trio with Chris Pimentel and Steve Webber
Guitar, bass and Drums

Kinsmoke  304 Center St.
473-8440 kinsmoke.com

“SambaNoma” – Brazilian Jazz with Christian Foley-Beining, Ruth Ahlers and Jim Passarell   
Guitar, woodwinds, and bass

Healdsburg SHED 25 North St.
431-7433 healdsburgshed.com

Doug Lipton Trio with Chris Amberger and Lorca Hart
Guitar, bass and drums. Special prix fixe dinner with music in upstairs Grange; details here.

Spoonbar  219 Healdsburg Ave.
433-7222 spoonbar.com

Gypsy Trio with Ian Scherer
Two guitars and acoustic bass

Valette 344 Center St.
473-0946 valettehealdsburg.com

Carlos Henrique Pereira and Randy Vincent Duo
Piano and guitar

But wait! That’s not all…

The After-Party

March 21, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.

Costeaux French Bakery and Café
417 Healdsburg Ave., 433-1913 costeaux.com

Join us at the After Party with the Stephanie Ozer Ensemble, featuring Masha Campagne on vocals, Bob Afifi on flute, Pirot Patton on bass, Kendrick Freeman on drums and percussion. $15 includes desserts; wine bar available.

The “main course” will be high-energy, luscious, Brazilian jazz: Samba, Baiaõ, and a hint of Choro. Expect Antonio Carlos Jobin classics to join contemporary compositions blending funk, jazz, and classical from the rich songbook of Brazil. And as a special “aperitif,” the Healdsburg High School Jazz Band will open the show. Tickets available here.