Laura Dubin is proud to play in the tradition of a long line of great jazz pianists. That's why tributes to Horace Silver and Oscar Peterson ("Silver Lining" and "Ode to O.P.") are two of the highlights of her debut album. The native Rochesterian, who has played at the Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., has a new CD in the works, exploring the Great American Songbook. You can bet she'll play some of those tunes when she brings her trio, with Sam Weber on bass and Antonio H. Guerrero on drums, to Bistro 135.