She is only 20 years old and still working for some goals to reach a career that can make her happy. Her priority is always to study and improve herself. The biggest thanks she wanted to contribute is to her parents, who have always supported and helped her. “There is no one more than parents who really want your good without any other purpose” – Beatrice Arizza.
AT WHAT AGE DID YOU DECIDE TO BECOME A MUSICIAN?
At the age of 7 and I’ve started a journey in terms of study, method, musical experience, growth but also of human relations that have definitely marked my life. Then, when I started to realize the importance of music in my life, I started looking around to be able to expand my musical knowledge. It was hard because I had to make choices and give up classic dance and artistic gymnastics. And also, I was in school and life in school absorbed me a lot of energy and made me become a person who always had to struggle to demonstrate the importance of her dream of becoming a musician alongside the need to do and finish a school study path. That was definitely the most fruitful period, making competitions, auditions, listening to many teachers, participating in masterclasses, and so on. In those years, a teacher told me something that radically changed my perspective: “Now I see in you a talent, but you must know that growing up, if it is not cultivated, it will no longer mean anything. Talent is not enough in itself”.
AS A MUSICIAN, HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOURSELF TO AUDIENCE THAT HAS NEVER HEARD OR SEEN YOU BEFORE?
I think it’s not my role to describe myself to the audience. I hope the audience can listen to my performances, focusing on my deep desire to create a unique and magical moment between the music and the audience, through my interpretation.
HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR TIME OUTSIDE OF WORK?
I’ve always been a supporter of the idea of having some other interests outside of the study. So, I have done several sports and I believe it’s important to make some workouts in order to strengthen all the muscles I use to play and also to stretch them. Then, I strongly think that it’s essential to spend some time with the family because love and affections build an identity.
I’m a young girl and I live with the common female interests, such as make-up, clothes, and shoes. I’m also a curious person who wants to know better the different cultures in the world. I’ve always been fascinated by the Spanish/Arabic language and culture, but I’ve also cultivated an interest in Greek and Latin authors. I believe knowledge is fundamental for every musician in order to build a complex personality full of inspirations and learnings.
WHAT WOULD YOU BE IF YOU WEREN’T A PROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN?
I don’t know what I would have been if I were not a musician, because I really cannot imagine my life without music. I think that five of my personality pluses are my meticulous precision, my ability to relate with others, my ability to understand situations, my determination, and my genuineness.
HOW ARE YOU ENGAGING WITH YOUR ONLINE AUDIENCE?
I was born in 1999, so I was practically born with technology, hence I’m very confident with social media such as Facebook or Instagram. I think social media are really an instrument for people to send instant news about the work, lifestyle, and values of a person.
What I’ve learned is that it’s better to hide what concerns mostly your private life because people are very curious and may want to gossip about a personality, but I want my followers to follow me for my profession and not for my private life.
So, most of my posts are focused on my work, that is also my passion, but of course, I also share something about my personal life that is closely linked to my profession in terms of inspiration and learning.
I recently started writing a blog on my website because I want to feel free to share with my online audience everything I learned in the past because I believe that sharing education must be free and generous. I chose a blog because I also desire to receive comments, constructive criticism to dialogue, and to always put myself in discussion and also to put myself in a position to learn new things.
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