Veronica Fusaro Live — Songs Of Life & Living

AS one of the newer entrants to the music industry, Veronica Fusaro reckons she has more to deal with than professional musicians in the past.

In the interview with STORM-ASIA.COM, she talks about the demands of keeping fans happy on social media, which takes up a lot of time, dealing with the various channels and their distinctive audiences. No longer is it just about giving interviews to mainstream and industry media. Today’s artists are expected to add their perspectives and views of the industry and the wider world.

The Swiss singer/songwriter has recently launched her debut album, All The Colors Of The Sky, filled with songs from a variety of genres about observations and emotions of a 20-something still finding her way in a changing world.

Veronica Fusaro

The act of making music has become very democratized, Veronica observes. “It’s become very accessible, which is great in a way. I was able to have a little home studio, just a microphone and an interface; a simple set-up. And that’s why I got to make music on a very low budget. But, on the other hand, that just creates a lot of people being able to do it.”

In her songs, Veronica writes about what she’s experiencing, seeing and feeling now. But she also writes with a view to the future. “I want to be able to listen to this song in 50 years and still be proud of it. I want to be able to look back on it and say, maybe I wouldn’t do it like this anymore, but I’m still happy I did it that way.

Veronica Fusaro

“I love making music and I don’t think I could ever lose this. I think that’s a very core part of me, of my being, of my existence,” Veronica insists.

When I get to perform a song onstage, when I see the reactions of people, or when I get the feedback of people that is positive, it’s like a hug, a very warm embrace. And, it’s one of the most beautiful feelings ever.”

Veronica is currently working on her next album, which is expected to be more focused, following a rocky path.

Veronica Fusaro performs at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage of the Singapore Botanic Gardens on 8 June 2024 at 6pm. The free concert is organised by Embassy of Switzerland.

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