Marlene Del Rosario

Marlene del Rosario is a composer, vocalist and pianist. She has performed for international and national audiences, in private functions for former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick, Mayor Menino and MA senators, and for Philippine ex-presidents Cory Aquino, Fidel Ramos and Thailand’s Princess Chulabhorn. Her bands include The Marlene Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Breeze, and The Brazilian Project. Marlene is a regular in the local jazz circuit and has performed for New England special events such as Boston Harbor Hotel’s Boston Sail and summer concerts and holiday jazz brunches, Fairmont Copley’s Bacchanale dinner and wine series and New Year’s Eve galas at Chatham Bars Inn.  Concert performances abroad include France, Peru and the 2008 Philippine International Jazz festival.  Local concerts include the 2017 Arlington Jazz Festival, Boston Arts Festivals and summer series in Chestnut Hill, Dedham and Framingham.  Her albums, “LIVE with a Little Help From Her Friends,” and “Crying Days,” are available on all major streaming services. Marlene is also a culinary educator and founder of The Refined Cook, and writer/podcaster for Cooking Subversive on Substack.