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Harmony Unveiled: Claudia Balla's Musical Odyssey from Childhood Melodies to Genre-Bending Creations

An Exclusive Interview with the Multi-Talented Artist on Inspiration, Live Performances, and the Eclectic Soundscapes of Her Upcoming Projects

Claudia Bella © 2024


Today We Have The Pleasure To Have Her On Goathead

GH: Hello Claudia! It's a pleasure to have you here. Let's dive right in.

Claudia Balla: Hello! Thank you for having me.

GH: What inspired you to start writing music?

Claudia Balla: I was around eight years old when I wrote my first song, so I don't really remember the circumstances anymore. I enjoyed playing the piano and liked telling stories.

GH: That's a beautiful beginning! Now, could you tell us more about your experience performing live at gigs, and what was the most memorable experience you had?

Claudia Balla: Every show is unique and different; I don't think I can pick just one. It’s always a great pleasure to be able to share my music with a live audience.

GH: Live performances indeed have a special energy. Shifting gears a bit, how is your process of songwriting set around?

Claudia Balla: I usually write on the piano or the guitar when I have inspiration. I come up with the lyrics and the melody at the same time.

GH: That sounds like a dynamic and organic approach. Now, what motivates you to create music and bring awareness to different situations through your songs?

Claudia Balla: I create music when I have an urge to express something. These are usually overwhelming emotions or just situations that I consider worth talking about or putting in a song.

GH: Your music becomes a powerful medium for expression. Finally, could you share some insights into your next projects?

Claudia Balla: Certainly! I'm constantly writing and have new material coming up which I hope to put out soon. I love experimenting with genres and sounds.

GH: That's exciting to hear! We look forward to experiencing the diversity in your upcoming projects. Thank you for sharing a glimpse into your creative process and motivations.

Claudia Balla: Thank you for having me! It was a pleasure talking with you.


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