Cindy St. Cyr has been performing for wedding receptions & ceremonies,
fund raisers, country clubs, private parties, dinner parties, brunches,
anniversaries, and birthday parties, as well as for many senior citizen
organizations, retirement and assisted living communities, nursing homes,
and Alzheimer's and dementia facilities since 1982.  She has performed
for more than 200 senior organizations including Banks, Churches,
Rotary Clubs, Exxon Annuitant Club, Texas Instruments, and the
Newcomer's Club of Houston, etc…  
Cindy performs approximately 260 performances per year.

Cindy primarily provides music entertainment in Houston, Texas and
surrounding areas.  She has also performed in Austin, San Antonio, and
Dallas, TX as well as Louisiana, Kansas and Missouri.

Cindy has developed
CinCyr Music Ministry & Productions into a
successful full time career and has been coined by her audiences as an
“All Around Delightful Entertainer!”  Cindy has performed for more than
200 senior organizations and averages 260 performances per year.

Through the years, Cindy has developed a
variety of shows featuring
music of popular big band and jazz standards, Broadway show tunes,
American and Irish folk music, gospel, patriotic and Christmas specials.  
She also has shows highlighting the careers of popular artists of jazz
and film, such as Judy Garland, George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter,
Nelson Riddle, Harry James, Jimmy Dorsey and Glenn Miller.  Cindy
continually creates new shows each year.

In addition to performing for the senior community, Cindy is the lead
singer for the
Texas Jazz Central Big Band.  She began singing with
them in 1997.  In 1999, Cindy won an award for “Outstanding
Musicianship” at the GCIC Jazz Festival, which the band participates in
each year.  The band performs at country clubs, wedding receptions,
private parties, fund-raising events, restaurants, dances, and banquets.  
Some of the band’s regular
clients are: Birra Poretti's restaurant, the
St. Catherine Montessori School, the annual Metro Awards Banquet,
Buffalo Fred's Ice House, as well as retirement communities.  The Texas
Jazz Central Big Band also performs several free concerts and a sock
hop each year at Houston Community College – Central Campus.

Cindy also has a band called  
Cindy St. Cyr & the CinCyr-ly Yours Band.  
She sings with a trio - piano, bass, and drums.  Other instruments can be
made available upon request.  The band is available for weddings,
country clubs, wedding receptions, private parties, fund-raising events,
restaurants, dances, banquets, etc...

In January, 2007, Cindy opened the
CinCyr School of Voice and Music.   
She teaches voice, piano and recreational music classes in piano and
drumming.

Cindy received her formal vocal training at the University of St. Thomas
(UST).  She was the vocalist in the Jazz Ensemble and she sang in the
Schola Cantorum, the Gregorian Chant Choir, at UST.  Sh
e is a member
of Mu Phi Epsilon International Professional Music Fraternity and was
the secretary for one year.  She is also a member of the Alpha Sigma
Lambda Honor Society.  Cindy has also studied voice and music at
Houston Community College where she was the President of the HCC -
Central Music Connection.  S
he has also received vocal training and
studied some music therapy at Sam Houston State University.  

Cindy has two
recording projects with the Texas Jazz Central Big Band.  
These CD’s feature music from the early 1930’s to the 1980’s in big
band and jazz style arrangements.  In addition to these two CD’s, Cindy
has another recording project entitled
A Stroll Down Memory Lane
featuring music from the 1900–1940's.  This sing–a–long cassette/CD
comes complete with a sing–along songbook.  This project is successfully
being used as a sing–a–long activity in many nursing homes and
retirement communities and is especially helpful to those suffering with
Alzheimer and Dementia.



In 1982, Cindy began her performing career with
The Metropolitan
Ballet Concert Group
as a ballet, jazz, and tap dancer under the
direction of Maxine Asbury.  She continued with this
Community Arts
Service Troupe (CAST)
for three years.  The majority of performances
were for local senior organizations.  She also sang and danced with the
Southwest Jazz Ballet under the direction of Rita Brosch and was a
member of
Delia Stewart's Tap–A–Robics Squad.  

In 1984, she began studying voice, modeling, musical theater, and drama
while continuing her dance training.  Cindy has studied voice with
Kitty
Karn, Debbie Beinhorn at the Singer's Workshop, and Chris Beatty – the
Vocal Coach out of Brentwood, TN.  She also studied voice and Musical
Theater, at the Kent Banbury School of Voice.  Cindy studied tap, ballet,
and jazz dance with Maxine Asbury, Rita Brosch, and Delia Stewart.  
Cindy studied drama with Chris Wilson and Brandon Smith at the Chris
Wilson Studio for Actors.  She also studied acting with Suzanne Savoy
at Mercury Studios, Johnny Greco at Actor's Lab of Houston, and Karen
Douglas at the Actor's Workshop.  Cindy studied modeling with Barbizon
School of Modeling, Sax Fifth Avenue, and Foley's Beauty Galaxy.

In 1985, she founded and directed a group called
Reel to Real
Entertainers
and began performing in her own productions.  This variety
entertainment group picked up where the CAST left off and continued
performing for local senior citizens.  

From 1984–1991, Cindy performed in children's theater, musical theater,
voice–overs and jingles, television commercials, films, industrial training
films, and print modeling while continuing to sing.  She played the role of
Anna in
Some Enchanted Evening, a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical
review.  She performed in several productions with Theater On Wheels,
a children's theater.  She played Toby the Dog in
Punch and Judy,
Hansel in
Hansel and Gretel, and one of the elves in The Elves and the
Shoemaker
.  She sang, danced, and played the role of the Adulterous
Woman in
The Rising Son, a made–for–TV Easter Pageant co-sponsored
by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Galveston-Houston and KPRC–TV.  
Cindy sang on the recording project and played the role of Carol
Anderson in the musical production of
Hold On.  She also performed
acting parts in several productions with the
Houston Grand Opera.  
These are just a few of the productions she had the privilege of
performing in.  

In 1987, Cindy formed
CinCyr Music Ministry and Productions and
began performing in her own one–woman productions for senior citizens.  
She has turned this into a successful career and continues to perform
for seniors to this day, writing and performing new shows each year.

In 1991, Cindy became a Sales director with Mary Kay Cosmetics. She
won two cars, many top ten awards, and many prizes.  She was honored
to sing at many of the Mary Kay events in Houston, Dallas, and San
Antonio, TX, for the Peterson National Area awards dinners, as well as
many new director debuts.  In 2003, Cindy took a short break from the
company to pursue some music goals.  She returned to Mary Kay
Cosmetics in July, 2009.  In July 2011, Cindy has decided to reach for
the stars and regain her position as Sales Director.  She is currently
working towards this leadership goal and to earn the new Chevy Malibu
from the Company.

Since 1993, Cindy has been involved in many community outreach
programs, singing in local hospitals and outreaches for the homeless, as
well as churches.  She has sung on the worship team and as a lead singer
at church.  She was an ensemble member of the Entrance Ministries
Band, a contemporary Christian music band.  Cindy sang at St. Joseph's
Hospital and the Gospel Lighthouse Mission (Mama's Lighthouse) from
1999–2002.  

In 1997, Cindy began singing with the Texas Jazz Central Big Band.  
She started the
CinCyr-ly Yours Band in 2000.  She went back to
college in the fall of 2002 at the University of St. Thomas as a voice
major.  Cindy received her formal vocal training there as well as Houston
Community College and Sam Houston State University.

In 2006, Cindy became a trained facilitator in Recreational Music with

In 2007, Cindy opened the
CinCyr School of Voice and Music.  She
teaches voice lessons, piano lessons, and recreational music classes.

Today, in addition to teaching voice, piano, and recreational music with
the
CinCyr School of Voice and Music, Cindy continues to sing with the
Texas Jazz Central Big Band, the CinCyr-ly Yours Band, as well as
performing for the retirement communities and other senior
organizations through her company called
CinCyr Music Ministry and
Productions.  

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