Jetro da Silva is a musician with a dual American and Brazilian citizenship. At only 16, Jetro was the sole supporter of his family, playing with world-renowned musicians, Episcopal Parish on Tijuca in Rio de Janeiro under Bishop Celso Oliveira and church Nova Vida da Tijuca in Rio da Janeiro under Bishop Marcio Alves.
After touring with several Brazilian artists, Jetro moved to Boston to extend his music education at Berklee College of Music, majoring in Music Production and Engineering.
Because of his talent and experience in Brazil as a producer, performer, arranger and songwriter, it didn't take Jetro very long for the music community in Boston, New York and Los Angeles to embrace him.
Jetro now holds a position of Professor at the ensemble department at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, Ma. Jetro's talent and professionalism keeps him as one of high demand keyboardist in this country.
Jetro performed with Steve Wonder at the "House Full of Toys" fundraiser and with Whitney Houston at the Winter Olympics in 2006, which was held in Turin, Italy. In 2009, Jetro da Silva performed with his Jazz trio during President Barack Obama visit to Boston. Most recently, Jetro performed with Ms. Whitney Houston as her keyboardist and guitar player for the Whitney Houston 2010 World Tour.