By Aliye Cornish “Music is not mere entertainment, but rather one of the most powerful forces for good that we have. It makes us smile. It makes us weep. It brings us close to each other. We live in a world that all too often seems dominated by division … it has the power to unite us in beauty and in strength”.
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