Estusha is influenced by the ceremonies of the Mexican indigenous people, fusing their peculiar way of singing with sounds from different world cultures and contemporary music.
She became one of the main creators of the first world music project by Warner Bross Mexico, guest Jon Anderson from Yes band.
We can find songs in Sanskrit in his music; Brazilians like Pananaue, a Vidala from Argentina, and ethnic cult songs from around the world.
She also uses her phonetics and improvisations, integrating with electronic music and her beloved instruments such as the Balafón, the Ngoma, and Peruvian Cajon among other pre-Hispanic percussions.
Currently, she has released seven albums, one of them, “Vakna Kobal” (1997), which has been released by Global ERak PUTUMAYO Mexico.
She created and produced the Teamoachan World Music Festival in the State of Morelos, Mexico, from 2002 until 2018, where she shared the stage with musicians from all over the world.
Throughout her long career, she has performed in venues and festivals in North America, Europe, and South America.