“A four-act performance exhibition titled “In Service to Whom” by Solange at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Solange performed a multi-medium performance and for that she earned the approval of her mother, Tina Knowles.
The Grammy winner recently performed a four-act show titled “In Service to Whom.”. Here we witness a 10-piece orchestra execute both new orchestral works and music from Solange’s discography.
Miss Tina, commented from her daughter’s instagram to express her happiness as she enjoyed the show, and admired her hard-work.
She added further, “Full to the brim with substance and deep intentionality, you keep lifting the bar higher and higher”
A 70-year old businesswoman expressed her emotions, “Truly artful and Always so Beautiful and thought-provoking.’
“As I think about the development and maturing of my artistry, ‘In Service to Whom’ evolved within building new narratives surrounding my body, a position of relaxation, security from the eye contact, and speaks to a the return into the world of daily activities following times of personal incubation and self-revitalization,” posted the “Cranes in the Sky” musician, 37, on Instagram on Thursday.
Solange went on to say, “The piece featured a sound piece featuring artist Autumn Knight and premiered ‘Not Necessarily In Arms Reach, Music for Two Tubas’ and ‘If the Promise is Large’ for solo cello and double bass.”
Other songs by Solange that are included in the program include “Villanelle for Times,” “God Rest Your,” “Bridge-s,” and “In Past Pupils and Smiles,” all of which were written between 2018 and 2023.