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‘Soundtrack ’63’ presents millennial response to Civil Rights Movement

September 30, 2014 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Artist Asante Amin will perform as part of “Soundtrack ’63” on Oct. 3-4.

Brooklyn-based music production company Soul Science Lab, in partnership with Brooklyn performing arts organization 651 Arts and Elektric Breakfast, will present “Soundtrack ‘63” a millennial response to the Civil Rights Movement — on Oct. 3 and 4 at The New School. The performance reflects, renews and remixes popular musical classics that gave context to the revolutionary year 1963.

With a wide array of popular songs prior to, during and following the revolutionary year 1963,
“Soundtrack ’63” includes new arrangements and a dynamic roster of credited artists, including Blitz the Ambassador, John Robinson (“JR”), Raphael “RAII” Smith & Whitney Keaton (RAIIWK), Chen Lo and Asante Amin all supported by an 18-piece orchestra.  

The Oct. 3 and 4 performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Tishman Auditorium at The New School (66 West 12th St. in Manhattan). General admission is $20; student admission is $10. Tickets are for sale in advance only (visit http://bit.ly/SdtrkTIX).


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