Steven Seidenman has been a professional classical guitarist for over 25 years. His various concert venues have included the Montgomery County Arts Council, The Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Church of the Epiphany, Strathmore Hall Music Center, Rockville Civic Center, The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, Lisner Auditorium, and Montgomery College's Guest Artist series. He performed twice on Maryland television.
Steven was a winner of the Montpelier Recital Competition, the first guitarist to win, along with only one other guitarist, in the competition's history. In 2011 he was invited to perform at the 8th annual Zihuatanejo International Guitar Festival in Southern Mexico (Zihuafest), representing the classical guitar among the many different styles of guitar playing presented at the festival.
He has released two CD's, and is currently in the production stage of his third. He has made several guitar transcriptions of Bach, Mendelssohn, Vivaldi and other classical composers.
He has performed at several weddings, anniversaries, receptions, and corporate events, as well as community centers, libraries, universities, and charitable organizations. In addition to solo guitar repertoire spanning from the Renaissance through to the present, including music written for him, his repertoire also includes tasteful arrangements of vintage American standards, as well as works from the chamber music repertoire for guitar and flute, violin, and string quartet by composers such as Giuliani, Sor, Paganini, Berlioz, Boccherini, Bach, Mozart, and many others.