7 April 2024 

Simon Lott trio | 3 muses, New Orleans (LA)

11 April 2024 

Anne Paceo Band | New Orleans Jazz Museum, New Orleans (LA)

14 April 2024 

Psalterium solo | NOMA sculpture park, New Orleans (LA)

20 April 2024 

Duo with Yusa | Canoa Community Center, New Orleans (LA)

1 May 2024 

World premiere "Cos.Mo.Sis" | The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans (LA)

10-11 May 2024 

Marina Albero Quartet | Jazz Fellowship, Seattle (WA)

15-17 May 2024 

Naomi Siegel Quintet | TBA Montana Tour (MT)

18 May 2024 

Ganesh Rajagopalan "Maya" | Maydenbauer Center, Bellevue, (WA)

25 May 2024 

Marina Albero Trio | Ott & Hunter, Whidbey Island (WA)

31 May 2024 

Marina Albero Trio | North City Bistro, Shoreline (WA)

1 June 2024 

Jacqueline Tabor Band | Polish Home Association, Seattle (WA)

19 June 2024 

Jazz Explosion featurin Marina Albero | The Firehouse, Bellingham (WA)

22 June 2024 

Kelsey mines trio | Bellingham (WA)

29 June 2024 

Marina Albero trio | Fountainhead Gallery, Seattle (WA)

6 July 2024 

Marina Albero trio | Terraza 7, New York (NY)

25 July 2024 

Marina Albero trio | Volunteer Park, Seattle (WA)

17 August 2024 

Marina Albero trio | Immanuel Prebyterian Church, Tacoma (WA)

25 August 2024 

Marina Albero's "Gaia" | Normandy Park (WA)

30 August 2024 

Marina Albero Trio | North City Bistro, Shoreline (WA)


KNKX Studio Session Dec'19

Marina Albero: Piano and composition

Hans Teuber: Sax

Jeff Johnson: Bass

Jeff Busch: Drums


Made by Alberocoque around eastern Washington, 2109 


"A life Soundtrack"

Self Released 2019


10 weeks on Jazz National Charts 

1 week #25 at Jazz National Charts



With her self-released 3-CD set “A Life Soundtrack” (December 2019), Marina Albero has composed an intimate biography in the musical languages of old Europe, modern Spain, 1990’s Cuba and the US of today. Comfortable in the syntax and idioms of classical, flamenco, son and American jazz, Albero shares chapters on learning, love, loss, and life that will move and inspire you. Her musical story has been captivating audiences and musicians around the Northwest since she moved to Seattle in 2015.

“A life Soundtrack” began with 12 live performance videos produced in 2017 for her followers on Patreon.com/marinalbero. You can also find a related project, “Mikrotunes”, on Soundcloud where she released micro compositions regularly (2010-2011). For the first time, Albero crosses the online border to make a 3-CD set that covers the landscape of her journey so far.

Volume #1 “Albero” was recorded in 2008 in Barcelona with her friends and family. Produced by herself and Chano Dominguez, each tune is a moment at a window in her home where it was recorded; sometimes looking out; sometimes looking in.

Volume #2 “Agua” is an all improvised work. Like water, Albero adapts herself to the territory, flows from shore to shore, from the mountain springs to the rushing rivers, stays in the still iced waters and travels to the warm Caribbean, it sometimes sounds like the hidden rainforest waterfall, other times like the water drops falling from the ceiling of a cave.. As Bruce Lee said, “Be water, my friend”. On three tracks, the unique and generous musicality of Hans Teuber creates a complete new soundscape to explore.

Volume #3 “Music is Love” is a gratitude musical statement. Gratitude towards music and all that it brings to Marina’s life. Friends, connections, learning, challenges, healing, emotions, feelings, thrives, family… LOVE. On this record, Albero plays originals and jazz standards with her Seattle band and her kids who are also musicians. Backing her up, the band is a gathering of incredibly talented artists: Jeff Johnson, Hans Teuber, Jeff Busch and D’Vonne Lewis honor with their presence a playful space for music.

Personnel in "Music is Love":

Hans Teuber: Saxophones(s), flute(s), clarinet(s)

Jeff Johnson: Bass

D’Vonne Lewis: Drums

Jeff Busch: Percussion

Special Guests: Serena Albero on vocals and Marcel Dominguez on sax

Liner notes by James Falzone and Jim Wilke

Recorded and Mixed at Studio Litho by Floyd Reitsma 

Mastering by Ferran Conangla

Cover illustration and graphic design by: Koldo Barroso