THIS IS ME...
New York born, Miami raised, Syndee Winters has the privilege of touring the world doing what she loves. Her career began shortly after high school, as a dancer NBA team, The New York Knicks City Dancers. She also danced behind American Idol Jordan Sparks.
Syndee would be nowhere without her love of music. Reflections of The Fugees, The Marleys, Michael Jackson, andSarah Vaughn appear in her original work. She has worked with artists Snoop Dogg Big Daddy Kane, writing and performing on 4 tracks on the 2009 album The Bridge by Legendary DJ Grandmaster Flash. Her single, “Focus” is now available, on iTunes.
Ms. Winters is a Grammy nominated for her work on NBC Live Jesus Christ Superstar with EGOT recipient John Legend. A Broadway veteran, she’s been seen in Motown the Musical, Pippin, and “working it” as The Schuyler Sisters in Hamilton. She made her TV debut as “Ms. Smiley” in NBC’s Law & Order SVU Season 19 Episode 1, where she interrogated Lieutenant Olivia Benson (Mariska Harigitay) on her parenting methods.Today, Syndee Winters is back on Broadway in the role that made her a Broadway baby, “Nala” in Disney’s The Lion King.
Constantly inspired by the art of storytelling, Syndee’s latest writing project celebrates the life of American Icon, Lena Horne, in a one- woman play with music entitled, LENA: A Moment with a Lady. Through words and music, “Lena”, portrayed by Syndee Winters,
attempts to relate the most pivotal personal and professional moments in her life. On a mission to share the truth, she
unexpectedly opens the emotional crevices that have eluded her for years.
Her debut Jazz vocal album Lessons: From A Lady, inspired by Lena Horne, is available now on iTunes, Spotify, and all digital platforms.
In her spare time, Syndee is passionate about working with young people. She makes time to teach master- classes, workshops and private lessons to young artists. "It's crucial to affect possibility into a young person's life. I've had many people influence my journey, and it has made me the person that I am today.”