Cynthia Alexander

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Cynthia Alexander
Birth nameCynthia Ayala
Also known asCynthia Alexander
OriginPhilippines
Occupation(s)guitarist, singer-songwriter, arranger, producer, Art of Living teacher, visual artist
InstrumentsVocals, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Agong, percussion
Associated actsJoey Ayala, Humanfolk, Tita Lacambra-Ayala
Websitewww.cynthialexander.com

Cynthia Alexander (born Cynthia Veronica Ayala, 1971) is a guitarist and singer-songwriter originally from the Philippines. She has performed on many international stages including the Rainforest World Music Festival in Malaysia, the Jack Daniel's World Music Tour in Singapore and the Southeast Asian Night Market Festival in New Zealand. She also played gongs and bass on world tours (India, U.S., Japan, Canada) with Joey Ayala at ang Bagong Lumad.

As an indie artist, she has released four albums, and is involved in a wide variety of music projects. She composed the eclectic musical score for the Ballet Philippines production Wagas, for which she fused electronic, industrial, indigenous, contemporary and pop elements into a cohesive musical

Cynthia is also a self-taught visual artist. She currently resides in Seattle, Washington. She is the sister of folkrock singer Joey Ayala.

Albums[edit]

Side projects[edit]

  • REMIX (2003)
  • Sita and Rama (2005)
  • Mga Awit ng Magdaragat (2005)
  • Pasasalamat (2008)
  • Palay, Bigas, Kanin (2010)
  • HUMANFOLK (2011)

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