Julia Vari divides her affection between two countries
El Universal – Mexico
Throughout her career in music, Julia Vari has been through many adversities, but one of the most decisive was one that she experienced in Los Angeles.
While starring in a musical, and a week after its release, she was removed from the setting. At that moment Vari decided that she would write her own songs.
Already with themes of her authorship, her album Borderless (Without Borders) emerges. For Julia, her life is split between two countries, which although neighbors are completely different, are a huge part of her.
“I did not know I could love two countries and today I can say that I am so grateful to both of them, because they have offered me so much, and for all the opportunities they have given me.”
The first single from the album is “Bygone nights”, which talks about renewing herself, starting over and accepting life changes.
Raised by parents with attachments to the musical arts, Julia was always sure of what she wanted.
“From a very young age I was always in contact with music. My mom is a pianist and my dad is a guitarist, so my future was to be a singer and musician. I was in musical theater in Mexico and in New York, and at some point I made the decision to stop singing, but that didn’t work out. ”