Etorki (singer)

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This is a Fyrinian name. Bariohannis is a patronymic middle name, not commonly used; this person is referred to by Etorkizuna Dotorezi.

Etorki
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Dotorezi performing in Kirilmaz, 2018
Native name
Etorkizuna Bariohannis Dotorezi
BornMarch 21, 1994 (1994-03-21) (age 26)
Suran, Fyrinia
ResidenceRed Hills, Çankaya, Kirilmaz
NationalityFyrinian · Basque
CitizenshipFyrinian
EducationEuskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
OccupationSinger-songwriter
Years active2012–present
Children1
GenrePop · Folk pop · Spanish pop · Fyrinian pop · Basque folk
InstrumentsVocals · piano · flute

Etorkizuna Bariohannis Dotorezi (born March 21, 1994), known professionally as Etorki, is a Fyrinian singer, songwriter and television presenter. She professionally started her career in 2012 at the age of 18. Before, she used to make cover versions of songs and published them on YouTube. She studied at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. She became widely known after release of a single "Zatoz and Dance" in 2013. Her music became well-known especially in Fyrinia and Spain for mixing pop music, folk, Spanish music, Basque music and Fyrinian pop music.

She was born and raised in Suran, Fyrinia to a Fyrinian mother and Basque father. Affected by both Fyrinian and Basque culture during childhood, it affected her music directions. Her songs have included so far five languages, i.e. English, Czech, Turkish, Spanish and Basque. In 2011, she left Fyrinia to join university in Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain but later returned back to start music career.