First I wish you a blessed day wherever you are in the world and thank you for stopping by.
Music is about so much more than meets the eye. As a matter of fact, sound surrounds our lives each day. From a kind word, to birds singing in the mornings, it's everywhere. Music allows us to share ourselves in one of the most unique, intimate and fun ways.
I hope you will join me along my journey to discover all the wonders music has to offer around the world !
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Cinda has had quite the exposure to music and arts. From the
gentle age of 4, her desire for being Little Miss Sunshine has played a vital role in paving the way for an
impressive journey in music. Having performed at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood alongside Yul
Brynner in “The King and I” at the age of 6, her passion for the arts and music has preceded her. From
here on she chose to pursue her love for music and went on to receive certificates of completion from
Biola University, and USC Marshall School Of Business in Media and Entertainment Leadership, and
She gained exposure to the nuances of the music industry after performing in Italy, France, Japan, and the Middle East. Since then she has toured and shared the stage with many pop icons such as Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Natalie Cole, Herbie Hancock, and Whitney Houston among others.
Cinda has shared her talent and truly won over the hearts of many. With not just having written songs, she has also recorded and/or produced many pieces such as “I Won’t Say”,“I’d Rather Be With You” and “Stellar Funk”. She has truly outdone herself with her effortless endeavors to combine passion, vocal grace, and elegance all in one. This did not just earn her a first place at The Best New Talent in Los Angeles among thousands of female singers, but also earned her a number one spot for four weeks straight on the independent Italian charts. The song that was produced and written by her that gained this popularity was entitled “All up and Dance”. If you haven’t heard it, you’re missing out on an exquisite and dynamic tune.
Be it Malta Jazz Festival, Auberge Du Hameau, Overnight Success Tour, or Monte Carlo Sporting Club, Cinda's powerful voice has echoed across numerous music festivals, stages, and arenas. It's not just rooted in one music genre but reflects the evolving nature of R&B, Jazz, and Pop music.
With a melodious and mesmerizing voice, Cinda's outstanding ability to sing in English and a bit in French, and Italian has played a remarkable role in elevating her recognition. She has even performed at the LA Sparks Championship game, Los Angeles Lakers playoff game at The Staples Center, and Fenway Park in Boston for the World Series. After her appearance on America's Got Talent, there was no going back when Sharon Osbourne commented on how no one would ever forget her after she was asked to repeat her name.
Her recent appearance on Broadway in Disney’s ‘The Lion King’, and one of the lead roles in Dreamgirls, The Wiz, along with her solo performance at Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Kooza’ stole the show. With a voice such as hers, there is no face in the audience that isn’t in awe and fascinated. That’s how soul-touching her voice is.
Not only this, but her Middle East performances and/or opening acts include Ziad Rahbani, Geroge Wassouf, Tony Hanna as well as Ragheb Alami. Cinda has also made several breathtaking appearances on MTV with Men EL Elkin, Maya Diab, Heik Menghanni, Celebrity Duets (LBC) NTC with Baadna Maa Rabiaa and LBC, Helwi Beirut.
What sets Cinda's music apart is how her lyrics and vocal delivery resonates deeply with the listener. It touches one’s soul and ignites an array of emotions. From connecting with the listener to bringing comfort and ease to restless hearts with her magical music, this divine gift is what Cinda has been blessed with. And so, she believes it is her unwritten duty to share it with the world.