jazz festival @ spoonbar

What do you get when you combine four virtuoso jazz artists who would each tell you that "jazz" may be too narrow of a descriptor? Well, the obvious answer is Parlour Game. While they may not be a supergroup according to the strict definition of the word they are undeniably a supergroup in terms of sound, vision, and chemistry.

The band name suggests play, which you could say is the operating principle of the two bandleaders- violinist Jenny Scheinman and drummer Allison Miller. Each of them has pursued a remarkably eclectic career. A low-level competitive spirit animates Jenny and Allison, actively goaded by Parlour Game’s other two players, bassist Tony Scherrand and pianist Carmen Staaf.

Join the Healdsburg Jazz Festival for an evening of cutting-edge jazz and a 3-course prix-fixe dinner thoughtfully created specifically for this event by Spoonbar’s Executive Chef, Matthew D’Ambrosi.


Seating 1 (SOLD OUT)
6:30pm | Live music from 7:00-8:00pm

Seating 2
8:30pm | Live music from 9:00-10:00pm


$68 per person
Space is limited – reserve your spot!

Ticket price includes show, dinner and gratuity, excludes beverages.

Menu for jazz festival @ spoonbar

First Course

Mixed Greens Salad

Spring Apricot, Crumbled Goat Cheese, Toasted Pistachios, Tarragon Champagne Vinaigrette

Main Course (choice of)

Pan Seared Halibut

Wild Rice Pilaf, Toy Box Cherry Tomatoes, Wild Arugula, Myer Lemon Beurre Blanc, Artichoke Salsa Verde

La Machine Carbonara

English Peas, Fava Beans, Poached Duck Egg, Pea Shoots, Chili Flake, Parmesan, House Bread Crumbs

Pork Tenderloin Medallion

Smoked Gouda Polenta, Roasted Shitake Mushrooms, Blistered Padron Peppers, Morel Mustard Seed Jus, Green Apple Salad

Dessert (choice of)

Tiramisu Parfait

Coffee Cream, Coco Nibbs

Powdered Sugar Beignets

Blueberry Coulis

About the Healdsburg Jazz Festival

The Healdsburg Jazz Festival stimulates interest in and promotes awareness and appreciation of jazz by facilitating cross-cultural interaction, providing performance opportunities, and educating young people and adults about the important role of jazz as an indigenous American art form.