Think on These Things!
Destiny's Birthday Concert Celebration
Sunday, November 14th, 2010 6pm-8pm
A reflective experience as she thinks on these things.
A sonic journey of jazz classical and classical crossover.
The Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts
1428 Alice Street
Oakland, California 94612
Destiny Hotline: 510-465-7794
Venue website: www.MCCATheater.com
Price: $15 adv/ $20 doors
For group rates: TD Artworks 510-666-7152 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tarika Lewis and Vince Tolliver of Strings of a Nubian Groove
Oaktown Jazz Workshop
Skyline High School Orchestra
Destiny~ Performer/ Songwriter/ Recording Artist
Destiny, Sound Sculptress, mesmerizes her audience with the her musical imagery. She writes classical/ crossover eclectic jazz for for vocals and harp. Destiny has performed for: Susan L. Taylor, Editorial Director -ESSENCE Magazine Women Who Are Shaping the World Leadership Summit, the Monterey Jazz Festival, Revelations Transformation Conference Founder and 'The Secret' Visionary Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith, The Disney Concert Hall, Black Aids Institute, GRAMMY Award Winner India. Irie's 'Testimony' the Seattle Center, Fischer Hall, local library tour of the San Francisco Librairies, Concert for World Peace and the Brooklyn Jazz Festival with Jazz Ambassador Eddie Gale. Destiny
Destiny shared the stage with multi GRAMMY Award Winning Producer Narada, Global Saxiphonist Azar Lawrence. She is a panelist for the West Coast Songwriters Performing Songwriters Panel and panelist for the GRAMMY San Francisco Chapter 'State of the Music 'Industry.
Destiny is expanding her musical ideals with her project(s) S.O.N.G/ Strings of a Nubian Groove Nubian string ensemble,The Destiny Muhammad Jazz Trio, & The Richard Howell Quintet (RHQ) and venturing into the world of Pedal Harps on her Salvi Daphne 46- string Concert Harp.
Destiny is Governor Emeritus and Educational Chair Emeritus of the Recording Academy, San Francisco Chapter and the Principle Harpist for the Oakland Public Conservatory Orchestra.
"Destiny Muhammad should be a Bandleader...dig!"
Keith Hines, kcsm.org, Jazz Broadcaster
For Event and Ticket information: Tristen Davis 510-666-7152