Direct from Mexico City FERNANDA ULIBARRI set to perform at Los Globos on Friday September 7, 2012

Direct from Mexico City FERNANDA ULIBARRI set to perform at Los Globos on Friday September 7, 2012

 Records magnificent cover of the hit song “Canción Animal” from Argentine music legend Gustavo Cerati

Vesper Public Relations – Los Angeles CA (August 27, 2012) – FERNANDA ULIBARRI, is set to take the stage for an electrifying, performance at Los Globos ( on Friday September 7, 2012.

Fernanda Ulibarri will be performing songs off her newly released album ATOMA that is now available in iTunes:

Fernanda Ulibarri musical path has already taken her internationally through the United States and her native Mexico. Also counting with the support of famous Mexican singer Julieta Venegas whom she performed with during her MTV Unplugged tour as well as for her skills as a composer for the popular children’s cartoon ‘Go Diego Go’.

Born and raised in Mexico City, Fernanda moved to the U.S. in 1999 to study Music at the renowned Berklee College of Music, where she earned a Bachelor on Music Synthesis and Classical Composition. Upon graduation she moved to NYC where she worked mostly in recording studios, producing jingles, performed in numerous musical projects and composed songs for cartoons such as Go Diego Go! She also had the opportunity of being a Pro Tools instructor at The Institute of Audio Research. In 2008 she moved to the West Coast and started working as a MTV Unplugged tour musician for GRAMMY® award winning Mexican Pop Star Julieta Venegas. Once the tour was over she continued playing with different projects in Los Angeles including her own and started a career as an actress. 

Learn more about Fernanda Ulibarri through her videos: 

Oficial Video “Corro” 

Video “Corro” through Panamerika
Video   “Se Satura Mi Cabeza”

Video  “El Sol Esta Solito” original version 


Fernanda Ulibarri presents her new remixes as: “Hoy” [Today] – Play and Movil (Teo from Liquits and Cor of Disco Ruido), “Corro” [I Run] by Doctor Record (Eugene Toale), “Se Satura Mi Cabeza” [My head Saturates] by Origami (Edi de Liquits, Nariño of Disco Ruido) and “Canción Animal” [Animal Song] by Beat Buffet of Mexico City.

Visit Fernanda Ulibarri @:


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