“A New Look at Art”



This February 2 was a very special day because not only was it my birthday but because I was also invited to share music with a group of women at the Walnut Grove Cultural Center. I was asked to speak briefly about what makes good music and how we can find truth and beauty in art. I summed it by saying this: if it uplifts your humanity, if it gives you life, and it respects your dignity, then it is a beautiful thing to take part in. That’s how this event was and I am very grateful to the Walnut Grove Cultural Center for inviting me. Thank you!


4 thoughts on ““A New Look at Art”

  1. Bravo!Bravo!! Danielle, my 9 y.o., Ashelyn truly enjoyed your violin rendition of “The Meditation”. She learned from your brief talk that beautiful music uplifts us and makes us feel good. It was a most memorable treat to attend this cultural event and to have met you.

    • Thank you so much! It’s so awesome that your daughter is excited about music and really appreciates what it’s all about 🙂 You are a true blessing!

  2. What an inspiration it was to hear you play The Meditation at the Walnut Grove Cultural Center’s event A New Look at Art. Your words really speak out your truthfulness and passion for music. I didn’t know it was your birthday, Happy belated Bday! You were a gift to us.

    • Thank you! It was a real blessing to be there on my birthday. Your appreciation means do much to me. Wishing you much happiness 🙂

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