Unbelievable! Check Out Top Amazing Shows That Are Turning Heads at the Kennedy Center NOW!

Unbelievable! Check Out Top Amazing Shows That Are Turning Heads at the Kennedy Center NOW!
Unbelievable! Check Out Top Amazing Shows That Are Turning Heads at the Kennedy Center NOW!
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Bold and vibrant culture paves the way for thriving politics in a nation. However, if a country’s culture is in decline, its politics follow suit. One prime example is the once-powerful Soviet Union. As the culture in America leans towards infantilism, the nation finds itself consumed by trivial concerns, such as the public bathroom needs of the congenitally discontent.

Last week, taking a break from political issues, I attended a captivating performance at the Kennedy Center, featuring Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2 and a selection from composer George Walker. Though Beethoven’s work never disappoints, Walker’s Sinfonia No. 2 left me struggling to recall even a single tune. His disregard for “Black composers” seems like the beginning of his issues, and his sole dedication to European modernism might be the reason for the lack of harmony in his piece. There is an abundance of tuneful music composed by American Blacks, which he could consider to invigorate his Sinfonia No. 2.

The evening at the Kennedy Center consisted of clangs, bangs, squeaks, and even a chicken being thrown on stage – or was it just the conductor losing his handkerchief? Nevertheless, it was a memorable night. Surely, Walker could borrow from a multitude of Black composers, such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, or Florence Price. The possibilities are vast, but as I mentioned before, our culture is sick.

Let us remember to celebrate and uplift the bold and vibrant culture to ensure a thriving political future. Glory to Ukraine!

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