MUSE/IQUE’s ‘L.A. Composed’ Hits the Highways With ‘Route 66 and Highway 1’

Published on Jun 21, 2022

Pasadena’s MUSE/IQUE, known for creating radically engaging live music experiences accessible for all, continues its 2021-2022 season, L.A. Composed: A Festival of Los Angeles Music, with “Route 66 and Highway 1” on Wednesday and Thursday, June 22 and 23, 7:30 p.m.

The show will be at Caltech’s Beckman Mall.

From the mystique of roads out west to the endless summer magic of our beach cities, the most famous numbered highways in the world come together and intersect to define surf and sand from The Beach Boys to Beach Blanket Bingo.

In this show, MUSE/IQUE provides a shot of inspiration as you travel north to south and east to west along Route 66 and Highway 1, with music from The Beach Boys and Led Zeppelin to Tracy Chapman and Willie Nelson, and many more.

This performance features Rebecca Naomi Jones, Kenton Chen, and The DC6 Singers Collective on vocals, and the MUSE/IQUE orchestra.

To attend a MUSE/IQUE show, you must become a member or be invited by a member to attend. MUSE/IQUE does not sell individual tickets to their shows.

For information on different membership levels, check out MUSE/IQUE’s membership page at www.muse-ique.com/become-a-member. You may also email membership@muse-ique.com or call (626) 539-7085.

For information on other upcoming LA Composed events, visit www.muse-ique.com/events-and-rsvps.

Caltech’s Beckman Mall is at 1200 E. California Blvd.

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