After the overwhelming response and support we received for "Winds of Change", we now bring the second concert in the series, "Stirring Strings" - Soul Stories!
An evening of personal stories from strings artists around the Bay!
We invite them to share what inspires them, what makes them create, their pains, traumas, struggles, triumphs!
We request you to donate to the campaign so we can compensate the artists for their time, effort, support and creativity!
Please join us on October 4th, at 5pm on https://www.facebook.com/namahafoundation/
watch the artists play, listen to what they have to say and feel...
Meet the Artists:
Sruti Sarathy, South Indian Classical Vocalist and Violinist, Fulbright Scholar and Graduate from Stanford is collaborating with Visual Artist Shirley Fang from Boston!
Local San Ramon based students of KeepViolinIn, Director Jianni Song; will present from their backyards!!
Middle eastern and Spanish band Markrú will delight us with their traditional strings melodies!
Destiny Muhammad will lend her artistry on the Harp and share her stories and songs too!
Artists from the Appalachian Artisan Center will perform the Dulcimer, a traditional folk instrument from the heartland of America!
The Center also runs a rehabilitation program, Culture of Recovery; for clients with Substance Abuse Disorders.
Earl Moore, who has gone through the Culture of Recovery program of the Center, and whose story has been showcased in CNN's Champions of Change will be joining us with his story!
Traditional Dulcimer performance by: Randy Wilson, Sarah Kate Morgan and Jon Pickow
- Michael Greenholz
- David Owens
- Jenna McCoy
- Kathryn Chiverton
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