Cynthia Renée
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Cynthia Renée

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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"Sizzling: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore, December 10, 2009"

Andrew Lindemann Malone, former classical concert reviewer for the Washington Post and frequent feature writer for Jazz Times wrote, “Cynthia Renée Saffron took her goosebump-giving turn with her ecstasy over the words “Wonderful, Counselor” in “For unto us a child is born,” and her turn on a bebop-style arrangement of “Rejoice greatly” had a rhythmic sharpness and command that made the already-swinging melody feel almost dangerously exuberant."
- Andrew Lindemann Malone

""Too Hot To Handel" Explodes with Enthusiasm at Boettcher Hall in Denver"

“Cynthia Renée Saffron stepped into the Soprano role last night blowing away the audience with her power and flexibility. Displaying an amazing range with crystal clear highs and strong, honey-rich lows, Cynthia also ran the gamut of dynamics from powering out the back wall to whisper silent tenderness, yet still audible throughout the house. When she joined the choir in “For Unto Us” again the audience was nearly brought to their feet with excitement.” - Chip Michael


Loving Me (E.P.)



In the Fall of 2010, Cynthia Renee released her highly anticipated debut EP, "Loving Me." This collection contains high-energy songs with emotion driven lyrics. Cynthia managed to create a balance of powerful ballads like "Love Myself" and upbeat, uplifting songs like "I'll Pick Myself Up" and "Mr. Sunshine." She has been performing her music throughout the Mid-Atlantic region at intimate venues as well as major festivals such as Artscape and The Baltimore Book Festival.

For Cynthia Renée, music has been a part of her life from a very early age. She began singing at age six and playing classical piano at age seven. By age 13, she realized music could be in her future when she became a pianist for her church. It was there that she saw first hand the powerful impact she could have on people through music. It was no surprise to her family when she decided to peruse music in college.

While studying piano in college, Cynthia toured the world and made a name for herself as a vocalist. That journey opened doors for her to sing with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Czech Symphony Orchestra, and The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. She was invited to sing as a soloist with notable musicians such as Wynton Marsalis, Will Downing and Darin Atwater.

Cynthia’s passion for entertaining led her to several roles in theater productions. She performed at the Alliance Theater, Arena Stage, and Dallas Theater Center in Sheldon Epps’ "Blues in the Night." Cynthia also had major roles in ArtsCentric Theatre Company productions "Into the Woods" and "Night of January Sixteenth."

Cynthia used her experiences singing and playing in Classical, R&B, Gospel and Rock genres to create a unique sound of her own. As a singer, songwriter and musician, she is now determined to bring her style of music to the world. It is her passion to inspire and bring people of all backgrounds and ages together.