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From the folk and gospel-influenced songs that reflect the sentiments of the 1963 Civil Rights Movement to the hip-hop anthems recognizing that Black Lives Matter, music has always supported and strengthened outcries for social justice. Created by the brilliant minds of Soul Science Lab, Soundtrack '63 is a live, multimedia musical performance that traces the African American experience from before the Middle Passage to the present Black Lives Matter movement. Archival video footage, animation, and narration are combined with a live soundtrack of spirituals, protest songs, and popular music performed by an 11-piece orchestra and dynamic vocal ensemble.

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Venue and Accessibility

165 West 65th Street
  • Wheelchair-accessible seating
    Wheelchair-accessible seating
  • Assistive listening devices
    Assistive listening devices

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375.

For ticketing information and general questions, please call 212.721.6500.

Soundtrack '63

Soul Science Lab

New York

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Cast List

Creative Director, Soundtrack '63 and Co-Founder, Soul Science Lab: Chenits Pettigrew

Musical Director, Soundtrack '63 and Co-Founder, Soul Science Lab: Asante Amin

Drums: Cinque Kemp

Bass Guitar: Parker McAllister

Keyboard: Warren Fields

Percussion: Kofi Hunter

Kyle "DJ Scan" Clinton

Vocalists: DJ Moses Gardner, Karyn Porter-Williams, and Matthew Thomas

Trombone: Robert Stringer

Trumpet: William Lee Hogans

Guitar: Dave Rosenthal

Visual Engineer: Saadah Espii Proctor

Costume Designer: Naana Badu

Production and Stage Manager: Daisy Peele

Manager and Publicist: Jasu Sims

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