Singer and harpist Destiny Muhammad is a masterful, exploratory musician known for work with Azar Lawrence, Marcus Shelby, Omar Sosa, and John Santos. Calling the entirety of her musical approach “Celtic to Coltrane,” Muhammad returns with Textures, Colors, Tones: Sketches in Jazz inspired by Rosie Lee Tompkins — a program dedicated to the legacy of the late Richmond-based African-American improvisational quiltmaker and fabric artist whose work The New York Times called “one of the century’s major artistic accomplishments.” The harpist is joined by a superb band including piano phenom and former SFJAZZ High School All-Star Matt Wong, veteran drummer Leon Joyce Jr., koto player Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto, and bassist Arturo Chico Lopez.