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Eusebio Sánchez, concert artist, musician and producer from Monterrey, NL, graduated from the Superior School of Music and Dance of Monterrey with the distinction of Honorable Mention. Student of Monterrey percussionist Miguel Tovar, he has taken classes with the most renowned percussionists in Mexico and the world such as Ludwig Albert, Makoto Nakura, Israel Moreno, Norberto Nandayapa, JN Zivkovic, Ney Rosauro, Sisco Aparici, Iván Manzanilla and Christian Dierstein, among others. . Along with his studies as an instrumentalist, he studied Music Production Engineering at the Tecnológico de Monterrey thanks to obtaining the CEMEX Scholarship for Musical Talent, working as the principal percussionist of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Tecnológico de Monterrey. In 2020 he completed his Master's studies at the Alfonso X el Sabio University under the teachings of the great Spanish percussionist Juanjo Guillem in Madrid, Spain.

In 2015, through a contest held at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, he obtained first place among instrumentalists from different areas and points of the Mexican Republic and was the winner of the scholarship granted by Anglo Arts (MX) and the City Music Foundation ( UK) to carry out a “Classical Music Performers Professionalization Stay” in London, England, where he obtained advice from the most outstanding people in the London concert music industry. As a result of this scholarship, "Xilitla" was carried out, a scenic and record project conceptualized from start to finish from his role as a soloist. This project reflected the cultural exchange between contemporary Mexico and the United Kingdom, and also sought to position the marimba, a Mexican instrument, within the imaginary of Mexicans and the world. Works by young composers such as the British Oliver Cristoph Leith, as well as consolidated composers such as the Mexican maestro Hilda Paredes, are performed in this recital that travels through folk languages, to currents of contemporary music.

Eusebio Sánchez has also focused on collaborating with emerging composers from Mexico, with the concert "New Perspectives on Percussion" held during 2017, he performed pieces by composers from the UANL School of Music and the New Mexico Composers Center. Lion of CONARTE. He has also worked with nationally and internationally consolidated composers, such as Eduardo Caballero from Monterrey and Girolamo Deraco from Italy. Since 2018, he has maintained a close collaboration with other disciplines such as the visual arts, working with artists such as Calixto Ramírez, Paula Cortazar, Pedro Magaña, Tahanny Lee Betancourt, among others.

He is the founder of Q-SIÓN, a percussion ensemble that aims to venture into performance and the use of unconventional percussion instruments, as well as the interpretation of contemporary percussion repertoire. The ensemble has participated in CONARTE's "Itinerant School Music" program, the "Lost Hours" International Performance Biennial, and the 2019 "Transplanted Roots" International Research Symposium, in Guanajuato. In 2016, he participated in the Àgora: European Meeting of Contemporary Percussion (1st Edition) at the invitation of maestro Juanjo Guillem and Juan Soriano, a meeting of music specialists for contemporary European percussion. Likewise, in 2017 it was selected as part of the National Meeting of Performing Arts (ENARTES) carried out by FONCA.

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