Resilience: Destiny Muhammad

Resilience: Destiny Muhammad

Harpist Destiny Muhammad curates a SoundBox program exploring musical portraits of resilience in a journey that reminds us hope is on the horizon.

Destiny Muhammad notes, “Hope is resilience. An energy force on its own. Healing, renewing, and restoring and reminding, it’s going to be all right.”

SoundBox: Resilience Curated by Destiny Muhammad

AMBROSE AKINMUSIRE (arr. Matt Wong): ‘Confessions to My Unborn Daughter’
Daniel Stewart, conductor
Destiny Muhammad, harp
Matt Wong, piano
Ron Belcher, bass
Leon Joyce, Jr., drums
Linda Lukas, flute
Jerome Simas, clarinet
Sarn Oliver, violin
David Kim, viola
Peter Wyrick, cello

TRADITIONAL (arr. Destiny Muhammad): ‘Butterfly Jig’
Destiny Muhammad, harp
Ron Belcher, bass
Leon Joyce, Jr., drums

MARY LOU WILLIAMS (arr. Matt Wong): ‘Tell Him Not to Talk Too Long’
Daniel Stewart, conductor
Destiny Muhammad, harp and vocalist
Ron Belcher, bass
Leon Joyce, Jr., drums
Linda Lukas, flute
Jerome Simas, bass clarinet
Sarn Oliver, violin
David Kim, viola
Peter Wyrick, cello

WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Serenade
Daniel Stewart, conductor
Destiny Muhammad, harp
Members of the San Francisco Symphony

ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM (arr. Matt Wong): ‘Lullaby for a Jazz Baby’
Destiny Muhammad, harp
Mike Olmos, trumpet
Ron Belcher, bass
Leon Joyce, Jr., drums

DESTINY MUHAMMAD (arr. Matt Wong): ‘Hope on the Horizon’
Destiny Muhammad, harp and vocalist
Suzanne Leon · Cathryn Down, violins
Gina Cooper, viola
Barbara Bogatin, cello

Frank Zamacona, director
Taylor Joshua Rankin, editor
Luke Kritzeck, director of lighting
Adam Larsen, projection designer

SoundBox is supported in part by
The League of American Orchestras and
The National Endowment for the Arts

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Resilience: Destiny Muhammad
  • RESILIENCE: Destiny Muhammad

    Harpist Destiny Muhammad curates a SoundBox program exploring musical portraits of resilience in a journey that reminds us hope is on the horizon.

    Destiny Muhammad notes, “Hope is resilience. An energy force on its own. Healing, renewing, and restoring and reminding, it’s going to be all right.”...

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