About Destiny King

Destiny is an arts leader, musician, and advocate from rural North Carolina. She recently received her bachelor of music in music education with a minor in arts administration at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). At UNCG, Destiny was incredibly active within the School of Music, Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement, and in her community. For three years, Destiny also served on the North Carolina Music Educators Association Board for the Collegiate Section. Destiny's primary instrument is the oboe, and she has performed with UNCG’s Middle Eastern Ensemble, Symphonic Band, and Wind Ensemble. Destiny currently performs with and serves as director of marketing for Appalachia: A Southeastern Wind Symphony. Like a true North Carolinian, Destiny enjoys Bojangles sweet tea and hiking in Western NC.

Tomb of the Unknown Solider Wreath Laying Ceremony

The Unknown Soldier cast, crew, and creative team were invited to participate in the wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Our very own Riglee Ruth Bryson, Elizabeth Vargo, Kerstin Anderson, and Perry Sherman led the ceremony in honoring the unidentified soldier of WWI. The group also received [...]

Meet the Composer: Michael Friedman

Experiencing the late Michael Friedman's work was like being immersed in a marvel—his adeptness in blending infectious, up-tempo melodies with profound, introspective lyrics left an indelible mark on all who encountered it. However, delving into personal conversations with him revealed an entirely different facet of his eclectic, dazzling [...]

Meet the Writer: Daniel Goldstein

The original musical Unknown Soldier beautifully weaves together themes of empathy and self-discovery and whisks us away to a place where the past dances with the present. Through Goldstein’s enchanting storytelling and Michael Friedman’s warm melodies, we are taken on a journey that touches all of our hearts. [...]

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