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Letitia Lindeque
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Letitia Lindeque is a singer, songwriter and musician from New Zealand. Her musical style is varied (adult contemporary).
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Letitia Lindeque was born with a song in her heart, in East London, South Africa. She immigrated to New Zealand in 2011. Letitia was blessed to have been born into a musical family and was exposed to many different musical styles at a young age. Her love for music and singing progressed naturally and she learned how to play piano and keyboard by ear from a young age. She took music theory lessons to grade 4 in high school where she was also choir leader for 2 years. She started composing her own songs in her teens. Letitia has had both classical and contemporary vocal training and has performed live on numerous occasions. She has collaborated with other artists, done backing vocals as well as voice-over work for radio advertisements and has been a vocal coach for 9 years. Letitia describes her musical style as varied (adult contemporary). She composes songs in genres such as acoustic, blues, soft rock, pop, easy listening, dance, Christian contemporary and electro. A lot of her material is a combination of different genres and sounds drawn from her inspirations. Letitia focuses on lyrics and melody and enjoys taking the listener on a musical journey. Her warm, soulfully smooth voice and her ability to portray emotion in her music attests to her love for both singing and songwriting. Letitia describes herself as being a passionate person who believes that music carries with it a tiny echo of the creators soul.
Your musical influences
Katie Melua, Norah Jones, Dido, Enya, Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, Sarah McLachlan, Adele, Lara Fabian, Eva Cassidy
What equipment do you use?
PC, Keyboards
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