Júlia Pászthy, Júlia Karosi
We talked to the mother, in today’s episode it’s the daughter’s turn. We asked jazz singer Júlia Karosi, why didn’t she choose opera career, how did she perceive the theatre as a little girl and what role plays classical music in her own compositions. Júlia Pászthy confesses the difficulties that an opera singer can face when their child looks for their musical identity in a completely different style – and tells us, why she never became her daughter’s singing teacher, despite being a successful professor at the Music Academy.
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