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Reel To Reel: MILCK

The GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome MILCK to the Museum’s intimate 200-seat Clive Davis Theater for a special evening featuring a film screening of I Can’t Keep Quiet, a conversation with the filmmakers moderated by best-selling author Lisa Bilyeu, and a performance.

A portion of proceeds will benefit Tuesday Night Project– the longest-running Asian American free public arts series in the country, and the first place MILCK felt safe enough to share her story– as they celebrate 25 years of creativity, inclusivity, and community empowerment. 

Conversation featuring MILCK, along with 

Eurie Chung, Director

Adrianne Gonzales, Executive Producer

Traci Kato-Kiriyama, Founder of Tuesday Night Project

Moderated by Lisa Bilyeu.


I Can’t Keep Quiet is an intimate portrait of one woman’s quest for healing that reverberated around the globe through her song “Quiet,” an anthem for the women’s movement. Five years later, we take a deeper look into the song’s impact on MILCK‘s journey of reclamation: reclaiming trust in herself, her sense of belonging, and her sisterhood with “Quiet’s” co-writer, AG. As we follow MILCK’s path of activism and artistry, we get a window into how she’s awakened by the stillness of quarantine and the reckoning of our country’s racial justice movement. Her acknowledgement and accountability for her blind spots provides her and AG a chance for healing as they celebrate that it’s never too late to reclaim our voices.


MILCK (CONNIE K. LIM) is a gentle rebel gemini who uses her music and storytelling to encourage herself and her listeners to joyfully tap into their truest voice. In addition to writing and producing with songs with artists like John Legend, LeAnn Rimes, Philippa Soo, and Natasha Bedingfield, she is also known for her own anthemic songs that fuel global, grassroot movements, like her song “Quiet”, a viral sensation that was named Billboard’s No. 1 Protest Song of the year, and an official selection on NPR’s American Anthem series. Harper Bazaar has named “Quiet” as a top 50 feminist anthem of all time. 

The impact of MILCK’s work has been honored and showcased by the city council of Los Angeles, and Netflix’s This is Pop series. She is currently working on a commissioned incubation project with La Jolla Playhouse, exploring a musical about the joys and pains of family healing.


Eurie Chung is a Peabody-award winning documentary producer focused on Asian American stories. Leading Flash Cuts, a legacy Asian American media company with Walt Louie, she has supported filmmakers for over 15 years in all phases of production. Projects include Plague at the Golden Gate for American Experience; Asian Americans, a 5 hour PBS docuseries; the digital series A People’s History of Asian America; and the May 19th Solidarity Project, part of The Asian American Foundation’s See Us Unite initiative. I Can’t Keep Quiet is her directorial debut.


LA-based producer / GRAMMY-nominated songwriter / mix engineer AG is a powerhouse. With 500+ song placements to date, she has become one of the most prolific producers in the world of film and tv. AG’s work has been featured in countless trailers, promos, films, and tv shows. She works closely with music supervisors, trailer houses, ad agencies, and film studios including Universal, Lionsgate, Paramount, Warner Bros along with networks and streaming platforms such as HBO, STARZ, ABC, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. AG’s music has also been featured on National and Global Ad campaigns for Verizon, Samsung, Ford, Cadillac, Starbucks, P&G, Brawny, and more. AG’s catalogue has generated over 340 million streams and 390 million views on Youtube to date. 

AG has made it her mission to bring diversity to the sync world in any way she can. Not satisfied with the status quo in this historically male-dominated industry, AG collaborates with and mentors the next generation of women producers, writers, and engineers as they take a solid step — and hold their ground.


traci kato-kiriyama (they+she), author of Navigating With(out) Instruments–based on unceded Tongva land in the south bay of Los Angeles– is an award-winning multi-, inter- and transdisciplinary artist, recognized for their work as a writer/performer, theatre deviser, cultural producer, and community organizer. As a storyteller and Artivist, tkk is grounded in collaborative process, collective self-determination, and art+community as intrinsically tied and a critical means toward connection and healing. She is a performer & principal writer for PULLproject Ensemble, two-time NET recipient; NEFA 2021-22 finalist for their show TALES OF CLAMOR. tkk —presented for over 25 years in hundreds of venues throughout North America as a writer, actor, poet, speaker, guest lecturer, facilitator, Artist-in-Residence, and organizing / arts & culture consultant— has come to appreciate a wildly hybrid career (w/ presenters incl. LaMaMa Cabaret; Enwave Theatre; The Smithsonian; The Getty; Skirball Cultural Center; and Hammer Museum, to Zero Gravity; Grand Park; Whisky a Go Go; Hotel Cafe; House Of Blues Foundation Room; and countless universities, arts spaces, and community centers across the country). Their work is also featured in a wide swath of media and print publications (incl. NPR; PBS;; Entropy; Chapparal Canyon Press; Tia Chucha Press; Bamboo Ridge Press; Heyday Books; Regent Press).

tkk is a core artist of Vigilant Love, member of the H.R. 40 Coalition and organizer with the Nikkei Progressives & NCRR joint Reparations Committee, and Director/Co-Founder of Tuesday Night Project (presenter of the Tea & Letterwriting initiative and Tuesday Night Cafe series in Little Tokyo).


Entrepreneur, producer, best-selling author and public speaker. Lisa Bilyeu co-founded the billion-dollar brand Quest Nutrition and is co-founder and president of Impact Theory Studios, a revolutionary, digital-first studio, that produces wildly entertaining and original content focusing on themes of empowerment. Lisa has created an impressive slate of content that has been viewed well over half a billion times and built a global audience. This includes her hit digital series “Women of Impact,” a show that features extraordinary guests who through their stories and expertise help viewers build their confidence. With an uncanny eye for talent and market trends, Lisa oversees the in-house development of projects focused on female-driven and empowering content for multiple platforms for unscripted, scripted, and publishing as well as overseeing all non-fiction content production for Impact Theory. Lisa tells her story of self-empowerment and success in her best-selling book Radical Confidence.

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