Steven Seidenman has been performing on the classical guitar for over 25 years. He has given numerous concert performances, both as soloist and in duets with flute and clarinet, at various venues including The Montgomery County Arts Council, The Montgomery County Recreation Department, The Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Friendship Heights Community Center, The Lombardi Cancer Center, Lisner Auditorium, The Washington Guitar Society, Church of the Epiphany, Montgomery College's Guest Artist series, The Mansion at Strathmore, Rockville Civic Center, The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, and the University of Baltimore's Wright Hall.

He performed as a winner of the Montpelier Recital Competition, one of the two guitarists to have first won in the competition's history. He was also invited to perform at the 8th annual Zihuatanejo International Guitar Festival in Southern Mexico (Zihuafest), representing the classical guitar among the diverse styles of guitar music presented at the festival.

He performed twice on Maryland television. In 1996, he edited and performed the original guitar score with orchestra of the Broadway musical, "The Pajama Game" with the Damascus Theater Company. He served as Vice-President of the Washington Guitar Society, and was a founding editor of its newsletter. He has served as an adjunct guitar instructor at the Montgomery College Music Department, Rockville, Maryland.

He has made several guitar transcriptions of music by Bach, Vivaldi, Chopin, Mendelssohn and other composers. His repertoire also includes a few 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, Lhoyer, Boccherini, Bach and Mozart.

In 2007 he released his debut CD, "Prelude Impromptu - Guitar Gems from Bach to Berkely," which includes three of his own Bach transcriptions. In 2009 he released his second CD, "Guitar Recital," highlighting a few of his live concert performances, as well as select studio recordings. His latest CD, "Distant Melodies, Distant Guitars," released in 2019, is a compilation of both live and studio recordings spanning 20 years of his career.
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Steven credits his early musical influences to a couple of old guitar recordings of Andres Segovia and Narciso Yepes, as well as to the accomplished classical piano playing of his father, Neil Seidenman. At the age of 8 he began folk guitar lessons with Arnold "Rick" Richtmyer at "Wheaton Music," a local music store just over a mile up the road in his hometown of Wheaton, Maryland. After a couple years, he requested a shift to the "classical" guitar, a request which was met with the "complete approval" of Rick, with whom he continued taking lessons for a few more years. He subsequently continued his guitar studies through several more years of private lessons and coaching from concert guitarists Jan Filip, Larry Snitzler, and Myrna Sislen.

He has peformed in master classes with internationally recognized guitarists Frederick Hand, Michael Cedric Smith, and Roland Dyens. He also had the privilege of performing in a series of master classes in music interpretation given by the eminent Italian-Uruguayan composer Guido Santorsola during one of the Maestro's visits to Washington, D.C. And, in 1986, he audited Andres Segovia's historic last master class and commemorative held at The University of Southern California.

Steven received a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Maryland, and studied harmony with composer Robert Parris at The George Washington University.

He has taught at Dale Music Company, Montgomery College, and the Maryland Music Academy. He is on the faculty of B & B Music Lessons, Washington, D.C. and also teaches, currently remotely only, out of his home music studio in Germantown, Maryland.