Support a musician(me) by Donating (If you can, this would be amazing)

Sadly, due to the worldwide pandemic, all performance has been canceled until further notice. If you would like and are able to donate to support me during these times you may do so via two online sources. A phone app (Venmo) and via Paypal (Website or App) If you would like live music at home in a COVID safe scenario, we are open to making that happen. Simply contact us.

via venmo – @ bronxsax (

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If you would like to donate to an organization supporting musicians in these unprecedented times you may do so here

Please send positive vibes to all the musicians who are anxiously waiting to get by.

What’s New! – Click here for a new project for any student who wants to make great progress one on one in my new immersion lessons! (Currently only Tristate Area NY, NJ, CT and only Saxophone (all levels) and options for beginner/intermediate flute)

Future Bookings – 2021 and beyond

If you have events in which you would like music via my Classic Jazz Band, Latin Jazz Band, and Doug Munro’s La Pompe Attack (Gypsy Jazz) please note I am accepting early bookings. At this moment, no deposits will be required to limit issues with possible future cancellations due to Covid19.



Back At It” still available. Item will generally ship within 1 day.


I was part of “Where We Live” on NPR hosted by John Dankosky.

It was my an honor to be a part of it, so why not take a listen? Click here


25th Annual Litchfield Jazz Camp (2021 TBD)

“I am proud to be the Director of Operations at The Litchfield Jazz Camp. This coming year we are thrilled to present the 25th Annual Litchfield Jazz Camp. LJC has a WORLD CLASS faculty and is located at a beautiful venue! Hosted at the Gunnery (Washington, CT), students have the opportunity to study with some of today’s top jazz musicians. From ensemble coaching to one-on-one private lessons, Litchfield has you covered!”

For more information, visit the Litchfield Jazz Camp website.


chambermusicamerica2012 Chamber Music America Recipient Albert was named a 2012 recipient of the Chamber Music America Residency Partnership Program Grant. This grant is in conjunction with Litchfield Performing Arts and Project Poetry Live! It will give students from across Connecticut the opportunity to work with Albert Rivera and his Organ “Unleashed” ensemble. He will lead a number of performances at local community organizations.


The-ASCAP-Foundation-logoGoing back a many years, The Albert Rivera Quartet was selected to represent the winners of the 2009 ASCAP Young Jazz Composers Award with a performance of “Greenetones” at the annual Jazz Hall Of Fame ceremony. The event took place on June 16th, 2009 in the Allen Room at Lincoln Center. Albert would like to thank ASCAP and all of the incredible supporters of the A.R Quartet.

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