The SU Jazz Band will perform with special guest saxophonist, Daniel Silva.

The concert will be conducted by Dr. David Guidi, and will include; Stompin’ at the Savoy by Edgar Sampson, Choo-choo Loco by Dan Cavanagh, Not Another Three Putt by Jim Martin, Shiny Stockings by Frank Foster,
 Discombopulated by Dan Silva, In Time’s Shadow by Jim Martin, Don’t Take the B Train by Jim Martin,
 Stolen Moments by Oliver Nelson, and Afro Blue by Mongo Santamaria.

Saxophonist Daniel Silva received a Bachelor’s degree in Jazz Saxophone Performance from the University of North Florida, where he studied with the legendary Chicago Saxophonist “Bunky” Green. He has a Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from the University of Southern California.

Mr. Silva was the first winner of the Mullikin-Matteson Jazz Scholarship Competition in 1999, and was also the recipient of the North East Florida Jazz Scholarship in 1999. He is currently the tenor saxophonist with the Pacific Saxophone Quartet and a freelance musician. Mr. Silva’s career highlights include performances with Aretha Franklin, Tito Puente, Diane Schurr, Impacto Latino and a performance for the Queen of England and Royal Family.

Mr. Silva currently teaches music at Citrus College and Diocese of San Bernardino. He is also the Program Director for e2e Learner.


This event is free and open to the public.