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Aron Debreceni

Aron is a journalist and a student of Utrecht University (NL). He has been doing his own singer-songwriter project 'Aron D' since 2016. Besides music, he is open to write articles about politics, education, health, history and travel.

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Oscars 2021: Nominees for Best Original Score

By Aron Debreceni / March 21, 2021

Besides music, I am also an enthusiast of motion pictures and film scores have been particularly one of the main focal points for me in recent years. The list of nominees for Best Original Score is quite exciting, in my opinion, and I thought it would be useful to give readers a bit of information […]

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5 Suggestions to Help People Who Intend to Emigrate

By Aron Debreceni / March 19, 2021

Emigration is one of the hardest things that one can do, without question. Some leave their country only for a holiday or to gain new experiences and encounter new cultures. Others do the same when they decide to complete academic studies abroad. Then there’s another group of people who decide to leave their motherland to […]

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5 Benefits of Multiculturalism and Cultural Diversity

By Aron Debreceni / March 17, 2021

Globalisation has brought nations closer to one another, closer than ever before.  Some people have been moving abroad temporarily to study or for employment, others emigrate to settle down in foreign countries permanently to start over again and to build up a new life. Through immigration, the demographics of countries have been constantly changing and […]

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Revolutions of 1848 – The Spring of Nations

By Aron Debreceni / March 15, 2021

During the spring of 1848, several republican uprisings took place across Europe in countries like Italy, France, Germany and the Austro-Hungarian empire. Only the French Revolution of 1848 succeeded, yet these uprisings were all followed by changes in their respective political systems. I believe it’s important to mention these historical events since they created space […]

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5 Music Festivals That Are Likely to Take Place in 2021 By Aron Debreceni

By Aron Debreceni / March 14, 2021

Vaccination has been continuously ongoing globally, therefore the period of the Covid-19 pandemic is soon to be over. What could be more satisfying than celebrating the end of this devastating year by attending a music festival, checking out gigs, sipping some red wine, enjoying the freedom, and cutting loose? In this article, I gathered some […]

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Kings of Leon – When You See Yourself – Album Review

By Aron Debreceni / March 12, 2021

On 5 March, the southern rock band Kings of Leon released their latest album When You See Yourself via RCA Records. The record was recorded at Blackbird Studios, in Nashville, Tennessee, and is quite a pleasant comeback from them after five years. The album contains musical influences that come from the Nashville scene. The unique […]

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Environment – The Policies of EU and Ireland’s Green Deal

By Aron Debreceni / March 10, 2021

Despite the devastating problems and hardships that Covid-19 has been causing us for nearly a year, this pandemic is not the biggest challenge humanity must face. Climate change remains the most enormous threat to our civilisation globally, and we must act as one to tackle it and to prevent irreversible damage to our planet. In […]

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5 Influential Blues Musicians of the 20th century

By Aron Debreceni / March 5, 2021

Blues is one of the most important genres of the 20th century. Without it, there would be neither jazz nor rock music. It originally comes from African American communities in rural areas of the Mississippi Delta in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. I have collected data on five famous musicians who could be […]

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