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A Time For Love, by Bill Evans (Alone)

Obliviously, I walk into the band room, glance at the screen hanging above the board projecting our schedule for the day, and realize apathetically, it’s Thursday, “listening journal” day. Amongst the list of songs we were to play for the hour, was a set of blue lines, indicating a lecture before going through our routinely scale warm up and tuning.

Justin Diep, Grade 12

“The artwork the left symbolizes how anger corrupts people with these words here. As it gains strength, it becomes it’s own monster after using the person it has been hiding inside all along. This was inspired by many contemporary arts I explored at this art museum called The Broad. I call it Psychedelic Rage.”