Daniel Bao, Bookkeeper, handles payables, receivables, and financial reports for Quinteto Latino. An independent nonprofit organization management professional, Daniel is also
a horn player with the Oakland Civic Orchestra and Secretary of the Gay Asian Pacific Alliance. Of Chinese-Argentinian heritage, Daniel received a BA in international relations and an MA in Latin American studies from Stanford.
Adriana Ramírez Mirabal, Program Coordinator, is a professional violinist and lawyer from Panama. Adriana has worked with orchestras and chamber ensembles in front and back of house capacities. She has recent operations and administrative experience with Stanford University as their Orchestral Studies Administrator; Awesome Orchestra, Operations Director and Music@Menlo, House Manager.
Ceylon Mitchell II, Social Media Communications, is a flutist and director of M3 Music Media Marketing, a Black-owned multimedia organization that equips and empowers performing artists for artistic and marketing success by providing services in photography, videography, design, and social media consulting. His Afro-Latin Chamber Ensemble highlights African and Latinx cultures, demonstrating the unique development of Western-European classical flute music in the Latin American countries of Puerto Rico, Cuba, and Brazil.
Andrea Temkin acts as Quinteto Latino’s General Manager and provides executive coaching to Mr. Castellano. Ms. Temkin is the Founder/CEO of Transition Solutions Group, a consulting firm that specializes in helping organizations manage change and build leadership. She was formerly the Executive Director of the Community School of Music and Arts in Mountain View and a Program Administrator for the California Arts Council.