Saturday May 7th, 2016

The Harold Young Sr. Jazz Workshop Inc. 2nd Annual Trilogy Concerts Series 


Noël Quintana!media


The Latin Crew


Concert Hall of the Pittsburgh Carnegie Library Homewood Branch 

7101 Hamilton Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15208

at 6:30pm - Doors open at 6:00pm


All concerts will be held in Concert Hall of the Pittsburgh Carnegie Library in Homewood, 7101 Hamilton Ave. at 6:30pm

- Doors open at 6:00pm.


We Encourage the Families to come out and Enjoy these Performances of National and International Music Artisans being brought into Our Community. The Jazz Workshop Inc. shall continue the work within the region, and with Your participation and Ever Lasting Support,

together, We shall move Harmoniously within the Arts.



About the Artist
Noël Quintana

Noël Quintana, also known as “Mr. Conga,” is a Cleveland-based Puerto Rican percussionist, band leader, researcher, educator and avid collector of Latin music photos, records and memorabilia. He is the founder and artistic director of The Latin Crew, one of Cleveland’s premiere salsa bands. He has also performed with Latin music’s giants Tito Puente, Johnny Almendra y Los Jóvenes del Barrio, Luís Romero y Mazacote, Richie Ray, Pedro Jesús, Anthony Cruz, Andy Montañez, and Tommy Olivencia, among others.


Tickets for Noël Quintana & The Latin Crew can be Purchased:


At the Door the Day of the Event


For More Information: 724-506-2556

Founded by Harold Young Sr., The Jazz Workshop Inc., is an award winning non-profit music arts organization that has been providing quality music education in the
Pittsburgh area since 1973.

The Jazz Workshop Inc. is committed to fostering the individual’s growth of artistic awareness and the cultural  enrichment of communities through performance, production, promotion, and instruction of music and various art forms, and by providing both the artist and the audience opportunities to explore The Power within the

 Art of Music.


Message from founder Harold Young Sr.:

“Music is the Great Unifier. Through Music and Arts Education it is Realized,…

You Can’t Lose with the Blues”.