Tina, Steve, and Michael at Callie Opie’s Orchard

Saturday, May 28, 2022 from 7:00 to 9:00 at Callie Opie’s Orchard Restaurant (Outdoor Event Barn), Mineral, VA

Witness the trans-generational magic as Tina Hashemi, a celebrated young jazz vocalist, performs with Steve Herberman and Michael Hawkins, two internationally acclaimed masters of their instruments.

Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy this mesmerizing music on the green of Callie Opie’s Orchard.

Tickets for the general public are only $10, while that evening’s customers at Callie Opie’s are afforded free admission.

Tina Hashemi

Tina is singer who possesses many rare gifts, including a unique vocal instrument, an enchanting stage presence, and a deep artistic intelligence when it comes to selecting and arranging a song.  She has received wide acclaim from established jazz performers for the stylistic sensibilities she brings to her interpretations of jazz and pop standards. Tina recently graduated from the University of Virginia, where she studied music performance and jazz voice under Stephanie Nakasian and John D’earth. 

She recently completed an album of originals and standards titled “Blue Champagne.”

For more information, visit
https://tinahashemimusic.com/

Steve Herberman

Steve is a graduate of Berklee College Of Music majoring in Jazz guitar performance. He began playing a seven-string guitar in 1993, has recorded numerous CD’s as both leader and sideman, and is a respected jazz educator. Steve Herberman’s original composition “What We Do” won first place in the jazz category of the 2018 USA Songwriting Competition. Steve has over 50 video lessons published on Mike’s Masterclasses and has toured across the US and Europe playing and teaching. He is featured in the book The Great Jazz Guitarists by Scott Yanow. Steve is an endorser of Comins Guitars and GLB Sound amps and is based in the Washington DC area. 

For more information, visit https://www.steveherberman.com/

Michael Hawkins

Michael, a Virginia native now residing in Chester, is an accomplished musician and educator.  His quartet, “Michael Hawkins and the Brotherhood” performs frequently on the Richmond jazz scene, and he has provided the bass lines behind many jazz greats, including multiple recordings with pianist Cyrus Chestnut and his band. When not performing, he teaches individual lessons, as well as conducting clinics and master classes in upright bass.  Apart from his musical pursuits, Michael serves as an advisor for the Reginald F. Lewis College of Business at Virginia State University.

Michael can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Michaelhawkinsandthebrotherhood/