Aitua is a guitarist, arranger, composer and music teacher. She has released three albums: Elements, Medieval Game, and Nigerian Move. Her musical style is diverse, ranging from classical music like in The Wings, to Jazz-Afrobeat music like In Memory on You.
In 2017, she formed the Aitua Guitar Quartet with Pascal Bolbach, Amélie Thibault and Blandine Sibille. The group gave concerts in France between 2017 and 2023, playing pieces by Roland Dyens, Celso Machado, and Aitua’s own compositions.
In 2018, Aitua performed at the Trianon in Paris with 6 other musicians following the “Gonzervatory” competition organized by the world renowned Chilly Gonzales. The concert, broadcasted on Arte Concert, showed her composing multiple new songs of Jazz, Rap and Soul music in 7 days.
In 2019, she collaborated with other musicians from around the world on the music video Do What You Love. The project is founded by the American rapper Logic and the American actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt (founder of the HitRecord platform).
The same year, Aitua founded the AfroClassical project: a multi format classical music event with the aim of promoting the heritage of composers of African descent from the 18th century to today. In a Concert-Conference format, Aitua arranges classical music pieces of famous black composers of history such as the Chevalier de Saint-George or Florence Price on the guitar, while telling their life stories.
In 2021, she and flutist Maholy Saholiariliva formed the Duo MAHAI (“who breathes” in Malagasy). The duo gives concerts in Paris interpreting different styles of music. It interprets the compositions of Astor Piazolla, Celso Machado, and also the own compositions of Aitua.
In 2023, Aitua collaborated with Hortense Belhôte on the spectacular conference Portraits de Famille, and with Tunji Allen and the founder of Afrobeat Tony Allen on the single Rivers of All Time, whose video was released the same year.