Cindy Dicken is an internationally renowned performer, educator and director. She has worked as a session singer on over 50 films such as Spiderman 1-3, Armageddon, Star Trek, Wall-E, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and Ice Age, and was one of five featured a cappella singers on the score of the TV show, Glee. She has also been featured onscreen and on the score of TV shows such as Nip/Tuck, The Drew Carey Show, How I Met Your Mother, The Simpsons and Ally McBeal.
Cindy also had the opportunity to sing on albums for artists such as Barbra Streisand, Linkin Park, Michael Bublé and Richard Carpenter. She has sung on commercials for Visa, True Value Hardware, Burger King and The Walt Disney Company, as well as countless publishing demos for The Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation. Some other career highlights were singing for Danny Elfman’s wedding at the Los Angeles Cathedral, assistant directing a children’s choir for Linkin Park’s concert in Los Angeles, and singing on the Oscars broadcast hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, which included singing backup for Beyoncé and Jennifer Hudson.
She is also a member of the award winning a cappella vocal sextet, Sixth Wave, with whom she had the honor of opening for and performing with Imogen Heap on her concert at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles in 2010, as well as winning the National A Cappella Harmony Sweepstakes in 2001. Cindy is thrilled to be back in Los Angeles after teaching in Texas and Oregon for five years, and is an adjunct faculty member at CSULB, Mt. San Antonio College and El Camino College.