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Healing Arts
SFH Artist Partner Anna Tonna performs classic boleros with the Sing for Hope “Fab 5” quintet for visitors, staff, and patients at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn.

Healing Arts

Sing for Hope’s Healing Arts program produces arts activations in diverse genres and formats presented with rigorous safety protocols for patients, staff, and caregivers in healthcare centers and elder care facilities. Our programming is curated to reflect each partner’s / site’s specific interests, needs, and health challenges.

Program Highlights

  • Serving over 8,500 patients, staff, and caregivers in healthcare centers and elder care facilities across the five boroughs of New York City and the New York Metropolitan Area
  • All programming is curated by Sing for Hope’s Director of Public Health & Wellbeing and Creative Aging Specialist, Victoria Paterson


"Since 2020, due to retirement, Covid pandemic and ongoing health issues, I’ve been virtually homebound at Manhattan Plaza. I attended Sing For Hope afternoon concert yesterday sponsored by Rodney Kirk Center for Seniors. Sing for Hope’s extraordinary musicians performed classical pieces from Vivaldi, Handel, Bach and the Beatles…the experience was sublime! As host, Victoria welcomed everyone, explained the musical selections and created a warm and intimate setting for the audience. The SFH string trio were delightful. Thank you!"
Pat Hooper, Resident, Manhattan Plaza
"This was a wonderful partnership! The weeks came and went too fast, and everyone has been asking when Sing for Hope will return."
Collete Howell-Ervin, Program Director at Bronx River Older Adult Center