ShataQS – Singer/songwriter. Born and raised in the southwestern part of Poland. Finished two music schools on violin and vocal performance. She was an actress of well-known music theaters “Buffo” and “Viva Art” in Poland. Winner of an over 20 nationwide music festivals in Poland including the final of the TV show “Szansa na sukces” in 2001. Since 2004 she's been an internationally known artist working on diverse scope of music projects including on and off Broadway musicals in NY, Blues and Reggae Festivals, classical music projects and TV shows mostly in USA, Japan and Poland. She worked and collaborated with many top Artists such as Macy Grey, Judith Hill, legend of Jazz- Sheila Jordan, Juju, Clarence Spady, Iwao Furusawa and many others. She also paid a great tribute to Michael Jackson sharing the Yoyogi Stadium stage in Tokyo in 2011 with Jackson5 and many great others. In 2012 She recorded her first solo Album “The Colors I know” that was successfully presented in many countries around the globe. Her perception of music has never been just notes and chords but an opportunity for true self-expression. The power of the music, the quality of the sound, good energy, vibe and the right message decorated with the perfectionism and professionalism is what matters to her the most and what makes her Art to stand out.
ShataQS is an artist that fully expresses herself not only in music but also in fine arts such as designing, building, pottery making and other. She is a big supporter of a “go green” programs, new eco technologies and life in harmony with Nature. Creating is how she starts and ends her day. She believes that "people would be nobody if they wouldn't try to make things better" and more beautiful
“The Colors I know” is an album that flows between the genres of soul and funk. It is essentially a story focusing on all kinds of relationships and those unbreakable connections we experience along our life journeys. We all see the world through a lens of colors we know and everyday we are introduced to new colors, perpetually changing the way we are and the way we see. The unique and diverse sounds of “The Colors I know” add even more colors to the spectrum.