The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer



Nicole Shapiro, FCLC '19, is a senior undergraduate student from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Her dream is to work in the music industry, creating experiences to bring people together and make the world a better place. You can find her at the front of a crowd or working behind the scenes.

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VÉRITÉ recently performed at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 22nd.

Concert Spotlight Review: VÉRITÉ

October 13, 2017

VÉRITÉ is a local New York alternative-pop artist who has made a name for herself after much hard work and determination. Her interest in music was peaked as early as childhood as her father was a rock...

Streaming music poses an ethical question for music lovers, as they must ask themselves if they feel comfortable with their favorite artists being underpaid. (JESS LUSZCZYK/THE OBSERVER)

Streaming vs. Pay-Per-Song: The Ethical Implications

November 16, 2016

With the rising popularity of music streaming platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play, there are now fewer reasons to purchase songs and albums individually. This is to the dismay of several...

Autograf performed at Terminal 5 in New york City before continuing their tour. (PHOTO BY NICOLE SHAPIRO/ THE OBSERVER)

Autograf: Combining Electronic Music and Art

October 29, 2016

On Oct. 7, the Chicago-native band Autograf performed to a full house at Terminal 5. It was the band’s first time playing the venue; they were excited to have the opportunity and they made sure the crowd...

Peter Hook & The Light stopped by Webster Hall on Sept. 22 and 23. (NICOLE SHAPIRO/THE OBSERVER)

Peter Hook and the Light Take Over Webster Hall

October 2, 2016

Initial ambitions were surpassed as Curtis, Hook and their band mates started a movement that went beyond the typical punk scene and developed to form a new genre. The UK punk scene of the 1970s had not...

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