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Sintu Ndzube


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Sintu Ndzube is a female saxophonist who studies music performance and education. Sintu studied music throughout her school years and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Pretoria in 2012. She has since concentrated on her profession as a performer, appearing at corporate occasions, weddings, parties, churches, lounges and restaurants, as well as exposing herself to numerous platforms in the performing sector.

Sintu's work includes studio recordings, live performances, and musical theatre. She has collaborated with Africa Umoja and One Square Mile in musical theatre. She has performed solo as well as in ensembles such as horn sections in bands and brass bands.

She has had the honour of working alongside well-known musicians such as Jeff Maluleke, Dorothy Masuka, Abigail Khubeka, Tu Nokwe, Sliq Angel, Blondie Makhene, African Spear, and MXO as a performer. She is open to playing a variety of musical forms such as jazz, pop, dance music, classical music, and so on.

She was exposed to these numerous types of music via playing with various bands and performers.With extensive international stage experience in nations such as Peru, Sri Lanka, and Qatar (Doha). Sintu had the honour of being the saxophonist for the cast of Africa Umoja on a tour in the United States in 2018. The performances were place in Washington, D.C., Miami, New Orleans, Baltimore, Atlanta, and Houston (Texas). The experience taught her a lot about diverse audiences and their cultures, as well as how to conduct oneself as a performer in a variety of scenarios and settings.

She is excited for the release of her first single, "River Deep Genesis." Mr Blondie Makhene produced her debut single, which is her first composition. She was able to collaborate with many other musicians on a song called "Femicide Song" after working with Blondie Makhene.

In this composition, musicians unite to speak out against women and child abuse. Vicky Sampson, Joe Nina, Blondie Makhene, Tu Nokwe, Peter Mokoena, Sam Ndlovu, and many others use song to express themselves to the public.Sintu is now the Nisa Africa saxophonist.

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