San Ureshi was founded in 2019 as a response for an oriental workshop for the Adelaide Festival Centre's Something on Saturday program. It received great response and workshops continued to be delivered in schools.

In March 2019, San Ureshi began to deliver special Multicultural Storytime sets for local councils, such as City of Playford, City of West Torrens and City of Salisbury. In 2019 - 2020, San Ureshi also received support by a grant from Multicultural Affairs, Department of the Premier and Cabinet to support music without barriers in South Australia and mid-north regions.

Thanks to OzAsia 2019, San Ureshi present original works for performances in Silk Road - Caravanserai, China Day at Elder Hall, Art Gallery SA in response to artwork No God but God. San Ureshi also delivered ten school workshops, facilitating more than 300 students in one week.