Black String Triage Ensemble Founder On What To Read, Watch And Do

Musician and conductor Dayvin Hallmon shares his top picks for the week.

Dayvin Hallmon
Musician Dayvin Hallmon plays at a Memorial Concert for Milwaukee's Killing of Innocents in December of 2018. MARK HOFFMAN/MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL
Dayvin Hallmon
Musician Dayvin Hallmon plays at a Memorial Concert for Milwaukee's Killing of Innocents in December of 2018. MARK HOFFMAN/MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL

Black String Triage Ensemble Founder On What To Read, Watch And Do

Musician and conductor Dayvin Hallmon shares his top picks for the week.

Dayvin Hallmon leads an all-volunteer Black and Latinx orchestra that performs music at crime scenes in Milwaukee to help the community grieve and heal.

Reset brings on the founder and music director of the Black String Triage Ensemble to discuss his work, and his recommendations on what to read, watch and do this week.

What to read

1. Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope by Esau McCaulley

2. Spiritual Care in an Age of #BlackLivesMatter edited by Danielle J. Buhuro

3. A Strange Freedom: The Best of Howard Thurman on Religious Experience and Public Life edited by Walter Earl Fluker and Catherine Tumber

What to watch

4. Youtube Nina Simone live performances and interviews

5. Youtube Maestro Leopold Stokowski live conducting Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture

6. Youtube Urban Playground Chamber Orchestra

What to do

7. Go for a walk in the park

8. Enjoy your favorite beer or wine

9. Have a good laugh every day

GUEST: Dayvin Hallmon, founder and music director of the Black String Triage Ensemble