With years of studying in both music and academics, Samantha Landers now works as a vocal trainer in KZN. She has pursued her career in music and has appeared in a number of vocal shows such as ‘Carnival Time’, ‘Sing It, Sista’, and, more recently ‘Shaken, Not Stirred’. She performs at many corporate events and has been seen in extravaganzas like ‘Night of a Hundred Stars’ and ‘Dolphins By Starlight’. Her live performances include the Vodacom Durban July, The Mr. Price Pro, Mrs. Universe 2017, a number of year-end functions and awareness events for associations like The Sunflower Fund and CANSA, as well as having just returned from a corporate event in Russia.
Samantha is also one of three members of the acclaimed singing group 'MitzyGeorge'. Known for their close, melodic harmonies, this all female group perform their beautiful, heart-felt show in and around KZN.
Samantha spent time training in Sweden with world-renowned vocal coach to the stars, Seth Riggs.
She balances her singing by taking timeout with family and friends. She enjoys travelling, writing, reading, and watching a good movie. She is currently writing music and working on her next show.
Women and men all over the world get their hearts broken all the time.
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When you listen on the surface, it appears to be another love song. But it’s about a Love who has died and the singer is actually longing to have them back in their lives.
I have a friend who quite recently lost her husband. It was a bittersweet relationship, but they did love each other intensely. Unfortunately this world was too overwhelming for him and he took his life, leaving my dear friend to pick up all the pieces. You can never be sure what goes...