DEC 17, 2022 at 7:30 PM
Cafe CODA | Madison, WI
Syndee Winters, Broadway star of Disney’s "The Lion King" and television celebrity, is coming to Madison for a cabaret show! Syndee will recount iconic and deciding moments from her multi-hyphenated career, from dancing center court at Madison Square Garden to singing center stage on Broadway. Syndee will perform the songs that have defined her, including Broadway hits mashed up with pop, R&B classics, and numbers from her one-woman show dedicated to American icon Lena Horne. You'll even hear new music from her current recording project, "Butterfly Black," that will have you believing Love and disco are alive and well! With many of her own personal stories and thrilling songs, Syndee opens the curtain for you to take a closer look inside.
Syndee will be accompanied by fantastic Madison based jazz musician's Jason Kutz (keyboard), John Christensen (bass), and Mike Koszewski (drums).
This is a one-night-only, one-of-a-kind intimate event you don't want to miss!
(1224 Williamson St, Madison, WI 53703)
Saturday, December 17
Doors at 7 PM | Show at 7:30 PM
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ABOUT SYNDEE WINTERS
Syndee Winters (@syndeewinters) made her Broadway debut as future-queen "Nala" in Disney’s "The Lion King" – a role she reprised in 2019 when she had the honorable opportunity to meet Sister "Nala," Beyonce, in preparation for "The Lion King" live-action film. Syndee’s other Broadway credits include "Motown the Musical," "Pippin," and “working it” as all three Schuyler Sisters in the smash hit "Hamilton." On television, she’s been featured on NBC's "Live Jesus Christ Superstar" with EGOT recipient John Legend and "Law & Order SVU" with Mariska Harigitay.
As a recording artist, Syndee has been featured on songs by artists such as Snoop Dogg, Big Daddy Kane, and Grandmaster Flash and has written and released several singles, including her original song “Warrior,” co-written with young songwriter and cancer survivor Mikari Tarpley to empower many who are confronting personal challenges. During the heart of the pandemic in 2020, Syndee’s dreams of providing accessible tools to early performance professionals were realized when she founded ROAR School, an online program designed for artists of color. Through her instruction, young artists learn to adapt to any environment throughout their performing journey, combining creativity, discipline, and mindfulness.
Syndee’s newest R&B music project, “Butterfly Black,” a super-duo band with GRAMMY® winning artist Ben Williams, is blowing up the internet with their single “I Just Wanna Love You,” available on all digital platforms. You can find more information about Syndee Winters at SyndeeWinters.com and follow her on all social platforms @SyndeeWinters.
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