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Il nostro redattore Vito “Nik Hollywood” ha intervistato  la cantante Rachel Hardy. Di seguito l’intervista per voi lettori.
Hi Rachel!! It’s a great pleasure to have you as our guest on Vocespettacolo.com. Lets’ start from the first question.. Let’s have a jump into the past. What was your dream since when you were a kid? What would you like to do?
It’s a bit funny… As a kid my mom and grandparents would put on classical music, and i would stand facing the wall, imagining the orchestra in front of me, and I would pretend to conduct. I also took to the stage quickly and sang my first solo at the age of four. Now, music is clearly the only thing I would want to pursue and I hope to become a music teacher and composer.
Can you tell us a little about yourself? Who is Rachel Hardy?
I am 17, enjoy music, art, and movies/ books, love to travel, and most importantly I’m a child of God. I have written a novel and have been in theatre productions such as Anne of Green Gables (as Josie Pye) and Les Miserables (various roles.) I have over a million views on youtube and can lick my elbow.
When did you start singing?…and why?
Like i said before, i started singing in choirs at three or four years old. My mom thought it would be fun for me. I sang my first solo when i was four years old in the song “do re mi” from the sound of music.
Is this your full time job or you have another occupation? Can you tell us a bit more about this?
This is not my full-time job right now but I hope it will be in the future. I’d rather not go into the details of what my current job is at this point in time.
Talent, artistical education, determination and luck, according to you what’s the most important of these in order to have success?
Definitely determination. Without determination, you won’t do anything well. With determination, you won’t give up until you accomplish what you set out to do in the first place.
When you sing a song, what do you feel? Your feelings 
In every song I sing, I generally feel a personal connection to some message, emotion or line in the song and base the emotion of the rest of the song off of that. To me, music is a powerful way of conveying feelings that cannot otherwise be communicated, so usually as I record, I am overwhelmed with the feelings I have always wanted to communicate but have never been able to. I hope they come through to at least a few of my subscribers and listeners. 🙂
What does Rachel like the most about herself and what the less?
Ooo, this one is hard. Uh, I suppose I like the fact that I automatically strive to always improve. I am a perfectionist, and I think this is one of the best AND worst parts of me. While being a perfectionist helps me reach for higher goals, I also often get frustrated with myself and feel like I’m failing when things don’t turn out how I had hoped. Also, I compare myself to others a lot, which makes me feel inferior. That is a big flaw that I need to work out.
The song you’d never forget?
This question is the hardest, because my favourite songs are always changing. For now I’ll have to say “Vienna” by Billy Joel. Never gets old.
What are your project for the future?
I’m a huge goal setter, but I tend to set my goals a bit too high and they can be unrealistic. Oh well. Currently I’m working on an album. I’m also working towards finishing my theory courses this week and doing my grade 7 piano exam. Aaaaand I really want to write a musical, but I think that one will have to wait a little while.
Without dreams you can’t….(please feel free to continue)
Live! Dreams are the fuel of life; living without dreaming about a future is living like you’re already gone. “Life’s for the living, so live it, or you’re better off dead.” -Passenger
Thanks a lot Rachel, you’ve been very kind. Voce Spettacolo wishes you all the best in your career and life.

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