The titled singer Paulla longs for contact with the audience. He dreams of going on tour and meeting his fans again. According to Paulla, another year without regular concerts could plunge the culture and cause even more financial problems in the music industry. Artists would like to return to regular professional activity to earn a living and secure their future. The stage is a second home for musicians and actors.
The holiday season is the most important time for culture. It is then that people most willingly take part in concerts, performances, and performances. This year, as in the previous year, the industry remains partially frozen. The artists are afraid that they will not be able to meet the audience. Paulla is trying to be optimistic about the future. However, she openly admits that she would like to return to touring as soon as possible.
"It is a difficult time professionally, because we, the artists, make a living from concerts. In this way, we earn our bread, this is our life. Contact with the audience is both therapy and addiction because that's what we've dedicated our lives to and that's what we fulfill. you cannot live as before, you cannot do what we have been doing, but if I do not influence some things, I try not to think about them, not despair, and focus on what I have influence over. Some things have to be accepted and had hoped the future will sort out somehow," she said.
According to the singer, the coming months will not be a breakthrough for the culture. Even though at the end of May, the institutions will resume operations and will again be able to host a 50 percent audience, according to Paulla, we will have to wait for complete frostbite.
"I think this year will be very conservative in terms of concerts and performances, but by the beginning of next year, everything will normalize. I hope to go on a regular, regular tour in summer 2022," she added.