Franzi Müller Grew up in the Oberland. But, since she is far away, like in the old country really well.
Bayrischzell–Franzi Müller, a colorful bird from the small village of Bayrischzell. The 21-Year-old – eldest daughter of the CSU Council, physiotherapists and practitioner Florian Mueller has taken a bold step and moved to Dublin, in order to realize your dream. She studied music and singing. Why did you replace Bayrischzell second way through the world city of Dublin, and what moves you, Müller explains in the Interview.
where did you get the courage to go to Dublin and study of music start?
I've always wanted to get out of here. I was drawn to Dublin, since I have been there the first Time with my family six or seven years ago on a camping holiday. What has also undoubtedly played a role in my decision to know? Most of the people I've told of my plans, not bought me, I would pull it off. My family has supported me always, but I wanted to prove it to others as well as myself.
What do you like so much to Dublin?
The city is just insane musically. Also, I liked the mentality of the Irish people as well. Their open and friendly manner. In Dublin you can look how you want. You can do what you want.
this Is the reason why you wanted to from Bayrischzell way?
Yes, I've always been a little different. The dream of studying music was lifted for bayrisch Zell ratios simply to. Prior to my move, I felt like a black sheep, and in Dublin, I have fitted then simply fully clean. Maybe I don't feel in cities more comfortable, because it is so conservative, as in Bayrischzell.
How it has changed their attitude in terms of Bayrischzell, in the course of time?
Since in Bayrischzell have all noticed that me seriously is that I've really, I feel a lot more comfortable and have a other wire to the people. I definitely feel more integrated than before.
So you have to fight sometimes with homesickness, according to Bayrischzell?
When I over in Dublin am, I miss Bayrischzell, and Vice versa. I enjoy the city life, but nature, especially the mountains and the Idyll here in Bayrischzell, are irreplaceable. However, Dublin is missing me an ounce more than our village...
you Can describe Dublin in three words?
beer, Pubs and music.
the Extent to which these things in their concrete plans for the future?
I focus on me, not obsessive on a specific objective that is in the music industry is difficult. You can't just think that you're going to be famous – it doesn't work in this Business. I would totally want to be in us in the area, a live music bar open, and the concept of the Pubs in Ireland to lean. I can hopefully bring sometime a piece of Dublin to the Oberland, with the Guinness (laughs).
The conversation Marina Birner led.
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