Katerine Duska’s acoustic performance narrated “stories” that revolve around love, the hesitation and the defenses we set as oppose to the feeling of love, thoughts, concerns & inner debates regarding sociopolitical issues of our time, new beginnings, nostalgia that distance relationships can cause, the desire for exploiting life and each moment to its maximum! Katerine’s performance described “images-stories” of an ideal, utopic rather personal little world, songs that constitute her album “Embodiment” as well as covers of her favorite songs.
Katerine Duska is a Greek-Canadian singer/songwriter currently residing in Athens, Greece. Her debut album 'Embodiment' was released in 2015 by EMI/ Universal Records. Born and raised in Montreal, Canada by Greek parents, she was introduced to a wide range of musical influences from pop, soul and r&b to folk and classical music. Her own musical style has been described as indie-pop meets neo-soul, due to her trademark soulful rasp. Katerine first emerged in the Greek music scene in 2013 with her hit song "One in a Million" and since then has appeared, among others, at the Megaron- Athens Concert Hall, Rockwave Festival, Gazarte, Athens Pride, Meteora Music Festival, Block 33 Salonica, TedX Limassol and collaborated with artists such as Tom Baxter and Craig Walker.
Katerine Duska is represented by Melina Vasiliou, Noxious Butterfly Management and EMI/Universal Records.
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