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The best kept secret in music


"Tropical Soul"

"Local island child, Andrea Lindborg, has returned home to put a band together and rock the house at the Yokwe Yuk Club once again. Performing a night of originals with local musicians, she was a true tropical soul, lighting the stage with her beautiful melodies and soulful trumpet solos." - The Hourglass

"Females Rock the House"

Andrea Lindborg, one of the lone females in the Oberlin Jazz Department, proves that musicians have no stereotypes. Born in Panama and raised in the Marshall Islands, Andrea forged her way into Oberlin's jazz scene and has proved herself as a player and writer. Drawing inspiration from people and places she knows, she dives into the depths of what it is to be a woman, a composer and musician. " Historically, men act and women appear, and that just isn't the case anymore. A woman still has to fight against this suggestion, that all she is good for is appearing a certain way. It's like people expect less of you, and you have to work twice as hard to blow their socks off! Everything takes time, and it is up to each individual to come to terms with their individuality. The thing about jazz is that you have the freedom, this colorful canvas to paint, and you can do so with your own flare." She truly has an understanding and appreciation of music, and certainly continues to defy stereotypes and provoke thought and reflection through her tunes and her own flare." - Defying Sterotypes

"Triple Threat!"

"Andrea is a triple threat writer, trumpet player, and singer!"- Dave Brubeck - Jazziz

"Night of the Cookers"

"Her playing was streamlined and lyrical." Ben Ratliff, 2001 - New York Times


"More Consideration" Kokolo



Andrea Lindborg, a trumpet player from the Marshall Islands has graced the stage with jazz greats such as Renee Rosnes, Danilo Perez, Victor Jones and George Mraz. She has studied under Wynton Marsalis, Freddie Hubbard, Bill Sears and composer Wendell Logan. Her playing has been called “streamlined and lyrical” by the NY Times (Ben Ratliff, November 17, 2001)

Half Argentinian, and born in Panama, Andrea graduated with a BA in jazz performance from Oberlin Conservatory. She moved to New York City where she resided for ten years and played a variety of musical genres including Brazilian, funk, afrobeat, jazz and reggae across the gamut of NYC’s venues. She has performed at Madison Square Garden with Korean pop star, JYP, toured and recorded with the Afrobeat Orchestra “Kokolo,” appearing as a featured soloist on “More Consideration,”and toured the US and Europe with the modern jazz band “Diva.”

She was one of four young trumpeters featured in “Night of the Cookers” at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola, featuring the music of Booker Little, Freddy Hubbard and Lee Morgan and picked by Wynton Marsalis as an up and coming trumpet player.

Andrea has received ASCAP writers awards for her compositions and is currently working on a recording of her own music under an independent record label, FM Groove, in New York. Andrea has earned a Masters degree in arranging online from Berklee College of Music, and is currently completing her MS in Elementary Education from Fordham University. She moved to Hawaii in August of 2010 and is enjoying the spirit of Hawaii and its people. She is currently playing with a variety of classical, jazz, funk and reggae groups including Kona Brass Ensemble, the Olliephonics and the Kamuela Philharmonic.