Antonio Cencherle

Antonio Cencherle

Lecturer / Facilitator

Antonio ‘Toni’ Cencherle is a music producer, musician, and educator. He studied classical piano from an early age which led him to study at the South African College of Music (UCT).

He is a member (keyboards) of reggae/dancehall/dub band called The Rudimentals. This is where he made his breakthrough as a producer and writer taking the band to the No.1 spot on the 5fm Coca-Cola top 40 charts with a track called ‘Soundboy killa’. He produced another 3 tracks with this band that also made the top 40 charts with ‘Bubbling’ reaching the no.2 position.

Toni opened a production studio called V-Lab Production that produced artists including Ann Jangle, West Coast Wolves, Paige Mac, Sister Sister, The Black and Whites, Saxit! To name a few. The studio also produced music for adverts as well as voice over work.

He can be found lecturing or making music at Cape Audio college, the institute of Sound Technology.

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