Music at the Casa - Blue Bamboo Presents Bobby Koelble & Steve Luciano

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Casa Feliz, 656 N. Park Ave., Winter Park FL

Admission is free. Due to limited seating, reservations are required. Please contact Melody Cortez for reservations:

Email: Phone: 407-636-9951

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts partners with the historic venue Casa Feliz to present a series of concerts "Music at the Casa"! Please note this show is being held at Casa Feliz, in conjunction with Blue Bamboo.

Bobby Koelble is a guitarist whose diverse mastery of genres ranges from straight-ahead jazz, to classical, to heavy metal, to blues, and everything in-between. His programs showcase the full scope of his musical language, frequently including fresh arrangements of The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Black Sabbath, and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Koelble is a professor of Jazz guitar at the University of Central Florida, and at Rollins College. He is the guitarist for the Dave LaRue Band, The Absinthe Trio, and is a member of the hit jazz group comprised of UCF faculty, "The Jazz Professors", who have released two Top Twenty Billboard Jazz albums to date.

Watch a video of Bobby Koelble here:

Steve Luciano was born in New Haven, Connecticut, and studied guitar with legendary teacher Joe Tinari. Steve attended the University of Bridgeport where he studied Jazz Guitar with Sal Salvador. Steve is a founding member of the contemporary jazz group GrooveLogic.

Steve has recorded with many groups playing Jazz to Rock n Roll, and Pop. Steve was also a staff musician for Walt Disney World for 18 years and was the guitarist for the “Larry Elgart Orchestra”. Steve is currently the guitarist for the "Disney on Broadway" series for the "Festival of the Arts" at Epcot.

Over the years Steve has performed with jazz musicians including Charles Erland, George Morrow, Joe Morello, Danny Gottlieb, and Adam Nussbaum. He has also performed with other performers including Donald O’Conner, Robert Goulet, Regis & Kathy Lee, Michael Feinstein, Billy Preston, Pebo Bryson, and Brian McKnight.

Steve participated in The television program “Jazz Here and Now” for WCEU Public Television in Daytona Beach, Florida. He was part of the pit orchestra for “The Broadway Series” at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center in Orlando, the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, and the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

Steve is an adjunct guitar instructor at Southeastern University in Lakeland Florida and Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.

Steve wrote a jazz guitar method book for Alfred publishing entitled “Jazz Sounds for Guitar." He is currently promoting his new album release entitled "Under the Covers."

Read more about Steve and his new album release here: