Saturday | October 23 | 4:00pm
Peninsula Art Center
504 Pacific Avenue North
Long Beach, WA 98631
Show starts early at 4pm and will be outdoors under a tent! Masks are required when not seated.
Tickets $20 | More information here.
Saturday | October 16 | 6:30pm doors open | 7:00pm show
Tree Farm Building @ 850 SE 3rdAvenue
Featuring Tony Furtado on his many stringed instruments and Dave Jorgensen on harmonium and keys
Livestream: Facebook Live
Limited VIP Tickets: Brown Paper Tickets
Stephanie Schneiderman is set to release her first solo album in 9 years. To celebrate, the Portland album release party, once a fully in-person affair, will be live streamed from the gorgeous and spacious confines of Portland’s brand-new Tree Farm Building, located in the Industrial District of Inner SE, overlooking the Morrison Bridge. A limited number of tickets are available but the concert will be streaming worldwide.
The album will be available for download via her Bandcamp page beginning October 1st.
As a lead up to her CD release, and in true pandemic-era innovation, Stephanie will be playing three, unplugged sets at three iconic Portland locations– a series she’s calling City Serenade where fans can purchase the new album in person and hear stripped down versions of her new songs with the ambient city sounds as her backing band. Stephanie hopes to grow this idea into a movement of artists 'singing the city back to life' with city involvement and the eventual goal to raise money for Oregon Food Bank.
• Sunday, September 26that 1 pm – Forest Park (4009 NW Thurman Street)
• Sunday, October 3rdat 1 pm – Tilikum Crossing Bridge (on the south side of the bridge, facing Ross Island)
• Sunday, October 10that 1 pm – Albina Railyards (2405 N Albina, in the side lot overlooking Fremont Bridge)
Since the onset of the pandemic, Stephanie and her husband Tony Furtado have been streaming live concerts from their living room in a series they call "Thursday Nights Live" featuring folk/Americana/pop/soul inspired original songs. Both veteran musicians, each with their own solo career and over 30 albums between them, they've created a concert series that engages their community of musicians and reconnects them with their fan-base from all over the world.
"Originally we started this series as a way to compensate lost income from all of our gigs/tours that have been cancelled. All of the musicians we know are in the same boat... it's turned into a really interesting and creative way to stay connected to our friends and to invite fans into the party. We never imagined having a trumpet, lap steel or accordion playing in our window but it's been a beautiful thing."