Natasha Sterman, Argentinean singer-songwriter, started at the age of 12 to study music in choirs, singing, learning musical language, harmony, saxophone and complementary piano as accompaniment of voice and song composition.
In 2009, she published “Liquid”, her first album of original material, and in 2015 “Umu” her second record, which was also distributed in Japan. She links herself through her music with artists of other expressions in photographic circles, plastic and books presentations in her country. She works with the Supercharango team in compositions and music interpretation for short films and TV spots.
As a teacher, she develops workshops focusing on the study of music through singing, focusing on the artistic development of the voice, encouraging musical growth, also using resources of body work from Bioenergetics.