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Estusha, is a Mexican artist of Polish origin. She is a singer, songwriter, producer and musician by profession, with more than 25 years of experience and career. He has shared his music in the main forums and festivals in Mexico, among which the National Auditorium (Mexico City), the Cervantino International Festival (Guanajuato), the Tajín Summit (Veracruz), the Zacatecas Cultural Festival and the Santa Lucía International Festival (Nuevo León) stand out. , among others, and international festivals such as WOMAD "World of Music Arts and Dance", "Sommer Musik Fest" Germany, "Exib Musica" Spain among others. He has also collaborated in recording studios and live performances with international artists such as Jon Anderson (Yes), Dan Lachman (Deep Forest), Rubén Albarrán (Café Tacvba), Tania Libertad, Maná, Eugenia León, Fobia, among others.

Her music finds influences in genres as diverse as folk, ethnic music from different cultures around the world, rock, traditional world music and electronic sounds of recent times. Her singing is also marked and influenced by the improvisation that accompanies her musical creation. She has presented her work in other countries such as Germany, Spain, France, Peru, Canada, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina, being one of the forerunners of the World Music genre in Mexico. She has nine record productions. The most recent thing she has done is Wotan.


"From her most recent production" Wotan, a contemporary ethnic celebration "are born:

"Etusha live in Chile" recorded live in Santiago de Chile as part of the WOMAD festival. "Wotan Live Session" an album recorded entirely live in the studio, and with cover illustration by Lizette Arditti. With these productions, Estusha manages to bring Wotan's sounds to the stage, in a more "acoustic" way, that is, he leaves the electronic part and replaces it with live musicians that enrich the repertoire."

He has also launched collaborations such as: Satyalok (Seventh Heaven), in collaboration with Luis Huerta (production) Sebastián Belaustegui (photographs). His most recent music video: Aportua. And collaborations with Argentine musicians: EP: Music to See Heaven with Leopoldo Deza and Ricardo Culotta. Song: I Lost the Hat with Juan Ramírez and Juan Carlos Maddío.

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