Munich musician: I’ve moved back in with my parentsmain
The Abendzeitung is running a series of how citizens are coping with Corona.
At the start of the outbreak, enterprising bassist Julia Hornung, 30, was a busy musician with a two-room apartment and an artists’ agency of her own that supplemented her sessions income.
Three months into the pandemic she sold the flat. Now she’s getting worried about the long term:
You feel really bad when the industry is shut down and you don’t know when and how it will start again. What if the same thing happens again in twenty years? Then I’ll be 50 and probably have a different standing and different living conditions. I doubt whether I can and will continue to do this all my life. I try to process my fears about the future, try to get everything back on track. So I started cycling a lot to clear my head. I bought a bike with my savings and go on long tours….
Read on here.