2022 Lineup / Latin Jazz

Brian Andres Quartet featuring Sandra Aran

Fri, Aug 12 @ 6pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

With over 20 years on the Bay Area music scene, drummer Brian Andres has played alongside some of the region’s Latin music legends, and gone on to start his own projects with the Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel and Trio Latino. For his Summer Fest performance, he’ll be joined by Mexico City-born vocalist Sandra Aran.

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Brian Andres Quartet featuring Sandra Aran

Fri, Aug 12 @ 6pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Hammer Theatre Stage

Cuban composer and pianist Omar Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today. He fuses a wide range of jazz, world music, and electronic elements with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original urban sound – all with a Latin jazz heart.

Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos
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Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Hammer Theatre Stage
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Ray Obiedo and Latin Jazz Project featuring Peter Michael Escovedo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

Whether he’s touring with Herbie Hancock, recording with George Duke, or hearing his compositions on popular film soundtracks, San Francisco native Ray Obiedo has made a name for himself as one the most originally expressive and exciting guitarists of his time.

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Ray Obiedo and Latin Jazz Project featuring Peter Michael Escovedo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco

Sun, Aug 14 @ 1pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

The Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco (LJYE) is a performing group of talented musicians ages ten to 18. The ensemble is celebrating 21 years of providing students the opportunity to learn Latin jazz and perform at public venues while on full scholarships.

Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco

Sun, Aug 14 @ 1pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage