“Sound+Vision: At War” Review on Neighborhood NYC
Neighborhood NYC checked out “Sound+Vision: At War” which was presented this week at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater. The program’s combination of photography and classical music was a “powerful look at the humanity behind the war.”
Read their review at http://neighborhoodnyc.com/blog/neighborhood-highlights-hells-kitchen-soundvision-at-war/, and check out our coverage of “Sound+Vision: At War” at http://tribaltruth.org/2010/09/soundvision-at-war/.
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