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Latin Jazz @ Piedmont Piano // Oakland

May 26 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm



Sunday, May 26 at 5pm
Address: 1728 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland

Buy $30 tickets here.


About show:

We’re inviting you to join us at Piedmont Piano in Oakland for a relaxing afternoon of some swinging jazz, hot Latin jazz, and we’ll throw in a tango or two.

It’s Memorial Day weekend, so come get ENERGIZED! and relax with us for a memorable afternoon of live music.

Marcos Silva – piano
Michaelle Goerlitz – percussion
Robb Fisher – bass
Leon Joyce, Jr. – drums

These venues and musicians need your support to keep live music here for you, and support our art. Please share with your friends and family, reserve your tickets today, and plan to enjoy this live, intimate concert. I look forward to seeing you.



Roger Glenn, master multi-instrumentalist, composer and entertainer on the flute, sax and vibraphone, is the son of the late Tyree Glenn who was one of the 57 notable jazz musicians pictured in the historic photo “A Great Day in Harlem.”

Glenn’s earliest memories as a toddler was hammering on the vibes which his father had rolled next to his crib. Following those early years, he has performed, toured and recorded to enthusiastic, sold out audiences with jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie, Mongo Santamaria, Rosemary Clooney, Herbie Mann, Pete Escovedo and Taj Mahal. Roger’s flute playing is featured on the Grammy Award winning album “La Onda Va Bien” with Cal Tjader, as well as many notable recordings by Donald Byrd, Peaches and Herb, ConFunkShun and Bobby Hutcherson. Living in the SF Bay Area since the mid-1970s, Roger works with many local and touring groups as well as his own ‘Roger Glenn Latin Jazz Ensemble.’ He is currently finalizing studio production on his long-awaited album “My Latin Heart.” RogerGlennJazz.com


Piano, synthesizer Pianist, composer, arranger, producer and educator Marcos Silva performs worldwide. Nominated for a Grammy, he toured with many artists, including Paquito D’Rivera, Bud Shank, Claudio Roditi, Raul de Souza, Toninho Horta, Leny Andrade, Edu Lobo, Emilio Santiago, Dori Caymmi and many more.

Marcos was musical director for Flora Purim and Airto Moreira for 24 years. He wrote arrangements for Dizzy Gillespie’s band and replaced Gil Evans as composer-arranger of Airto’s Spiritual Mass with a 63 piece orchestra in Germany. He is sought after as a producer of CDs, including three of his own. Marcos heads the Brazilian Music Department at the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley.


May 26
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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