Adam Lomeo is a guitarist, composer, arranger, and producer based in Jersey City. His heartfelt playing and attention to conveying a song’s specific meaning keep his guitar work in high demand throughout New York City’s stages and recording studios.
Originally from Utica, NY, Adam is a graduate of William Paterson University’s renowned Jazz Performance Program. Working as a freelance guitarist Adam has performed at such diverse NYC venues as; Smalls Jazz Club, Joe’s Pub, Cornelia Street Cafe, the Bitter End and the Blue Note.
In 2010, Adam released When You Were Small, an album of original compositions. Written and performed almost exclusively on a 1920’s parlor guitar, the album is a mostly instrumental outing that focuses on Guitar and Bass duos. Following a limited-release, music from When You Were Small has been featured on the “Animal Planet” network, and a re-master and wider release is planned for 2014.
In the spring of 2012, The equity theater company 12 Miles West commissioned Adam to compose a solo classical guitar score for their production of Sarah Ruhl’s, The Clean House.
In 2013, Adam recorded Just for the Love. This album of jazz standards features bassist, Sam Trapchak, and drummer, Noel Sagerman.
In the spring of 2012, The equity theater company 12 Miles West commissioned Adam to compose a solo classical guitar score for their production of Sarah Ruhl’s, The Clean House. He also composed an original score with guitar and electronics for Kevin Kautzman’s original work Vasilisa Most Lovely, which was presented at Dixon Place, NYC.
Adam is also an in-demand session guitarist and producer who is always interested in collaboration with other artists.
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