Featured applicant Attila Dobak amazing Vocalist from Budapest, Hungary
Featured applicant Attila Dobak amazing Vocalist from Budapest, Hungary . We asked Attila a few questions about his music and inspirations!
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When did you discover your passion for music?
I think that I was about five years old when I discovered my passion for music: I don’t know if it was the beautiful voice of Marie Frederiksson from the band Roxette or just the movie track ‘It must Have Been Love’ from the popular movie Pretty Woman that made the greater musical impression on me, but I remember that I was begging my grandma to buy me a cassette tape of that love song. I could not stop listening to it on the radio and singing it in my soprano voice. Ever since I was very young I have always liked to sing popular songs like that for fun, but it was only after the age of seventeen when I started to approach singing in a professional way.
What inspires you as an artist?
There are plenty of different things that inspire me as an artist and to pursue an artistic career. That being said, I think that there is a universal inspiration at my core that is probably the most important for me: to give the best of myself for my audience via my musical endeavors. As one of my singing teachers once told me: “Life is giving and giving is living", and I truly believe in that.
What artist would you like to collaborate with someday?
There are two musical geniuses with whom I would like to collaborate someday: Walter Afanasieff and David Foster. In my opinion their musical taste, knowledge, versatility and expertise make them the two best mentors and producers in the music industry nowadays. I think that their English/Italian songs composed and produced for Josh Groban and Andrea Boccelli are the best classical-crossover musical pieces ever.
What is the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
I think that the best advice I was ever given and that I always remind myself of is to pursue my dreams until they will come true one day.
Where do you see yourself (musically) in five years?
I see myself as an opera, classical-crossover singer and recording artist like Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli or Placido Domingo.
What is your ultimate music dream?
My ultimate music dream is to find my breakthrough in the recording industry as a classical-crossover singer and to collaborate with Walter Afanasieff and David Foster.