Sinuhé was born in Mexico City and grew up in an environment of constant artistic activity. As a child he began his first studies in corporal expression, music and dance, disciplines he has continued practicing and studying in various forms to this day, such as Nahuatl cosmogony, sacred Aztec music and dance.
He studied Flamenco history, music and dance in Spain for four years, and then he traveled to South America for four more years, this time investigating the various manifestations of Afro-Amerindian music in Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru and Bolivia, where he created and collaborated in various projects in music, dance and performance.He currently resides in New York, where teaches guitar and jarana, and founded his own recording label, Jarana Records, producing a number of different artists.
In addition to Jarana Beat, he has been musical director of projects such as Calpulli Mexican Dance Company, Bilingual Birdies and SonJarocho.MX, among others. In 2012 he began to make jaranas out of recycled materials and has been the subject of various local news reports on the subject. Sinuhé has also spent the past few years writing and recording music for documentaries by National Geographic Mundo (Firmes), Storyhunter.TV and the United Nations.
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