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Passion Project - Music

I am personally very involved in the music world. By searching articles that explore all the branches of music is a way to learn. This is for all the music lovers of the world. Enjoy what you find.

Review | Violinist Rachel Barton Pine a deft player
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Review | Violinist Rachel Barton Pine a deft player

But the heft is missing in her concert at Rockville’s JCC. In the article, "Violinist Rachel Barton Pine a deft player", critically aclaimed Violinist Player is making a name for herself as the new season among the new concert season. It has been said that Pine is able to cope with her issues by listening to works from Beethoven and Brahms. In addition, with many concerts to come, the season does look bright for the deft violinist. Yet with many things to come still for the musician and looks she is making her way to establishing great performances.
Date Published: September 18th, 2017

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Janet Jackson hits the road — fourth time’s a charm?
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Janet Jackson hits the road — fourth time’s a charm?

The pop superstar’s thrice-postponed world tour comes to Washington on Nov. 16. In the article written by Chris Richards, he explains how Janet Jackson is going on to perform after 4 attempts. Since she has canceled the last 3, this next is suppose to be very meaningful. Some fans are aggravated but will give Janet a 4th time after canceling 3 times. With her 2015 album "Unbreakable", it is expected to be a night to remember on November 16 in Washington D.C.
Date: September 8th, 2017

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The story behind Logic’s powerful suicide prevention anthem ‘1-800-273-8255’
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The story behind Logic’s powerful suicide prevention anthem ‘1-800-273-8255’

The rapper and Maryland native who performed the song at the VMAs has said that he “felt compelled” to help struggling fans. In this article written by Bethonie Butler, she examines a moving performance by Logic that has seemed to help people on the verge of committing suicide. On August 28th, Logic performed his hit song on the VMA's as he was nominated for Best Fight Against the System. The song targets those who are suffering from the thought of suicide or victims of past attempts. The song is featured on Logic's third official album Everybody, which has a message for issues involving race, religion, and politics. Many people have been helped with this song and it continues to be a powerful movement.
Date: August 28th, 2017

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In D.C., J. Cole’s heart was on his sleeve, right where it belongs
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In D.C., J. Cole’s heart was on his sleeve, right where it belongs

The rapper’s honesty can be polarizing, but he made it work at (the former) Verizon Center. In the article written by Julian Kimble, he displays a concert that was far more electrifying. In a powerful artist named J Cole, he put on a show for those at the Verizon Center on the night of August 9th, 2017. The concert was filled with hearts and minds that think alike. As the night went on, J Cole performed songs from his album "4 Your Eyez Only" and gave people a sight to see while performing. Dressed in an orange jumpsuit, surrounded by an atmosphere resembling a prison, J Cole gave the audience a message within songs that emitted a sense of happiness, hope, and sense.
Date: August 9th, 2017

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