Sam Cintron is a fine artist and performance artist. He began making art and writing songs as a child while growing up on the mission field with his family. As children, Sam, his two brothers Carlos and Omar and sister Teresa, toured as the group "The Cintrons" across the United States, Central and South America. Sam has shared the stage with Jeremy Camp, Danny Gokey, Martha Munizzi, Paul Baloche, Rita Springer, and Marcos Vidal. While the owner of a gallery for 10 years, Sam represented world renowned artists Alberto Ulloa, Orlando Cuevas and Duda Penteado, curating and organizing art shows in the United States and Brazil.
Sam’s body of work includes paintings, sculpture, art installations and a collection of songs that are like chapters in a book, together they tell the story. Sam’s albums, Songs from the Secret Place and Standing in Babylon, are a soul cry filled with passionate and haunting lyrics, often foreshadowing things in the world around him. As an extension of his previous work, his new song Get Up Again, is a call to our nation to stand.
He brings his extensive experience and passion for the visual and performing arts to the stage utilizing a unique vehicle, the theatrical concert, based on his original music and art. The concerts are a blend of music, storytelling, drama, dance, video, fine art, and performance art. Sam is co-founder of Hope Center Arts, Standing in Babylon and also the Worship Arts Pastor for Hope Center Tabernacle. Performing alongside Sam at the concerts are his wife Liz, and his children Sam III, Jacqueline, and Faith. They currently reside in NJ.