With Our Thanks: Free Virtual MiniConcert for YOU!

Sing for Hope artist partner Harold O’Neal playing “Underwater Tune,” the Sing for Hope Piano created by Danielle M. Chery at Hudson Yards, NYC, December 2020 (Photo credit: The New Yorker)

We sing for hope for, with, and because of you, our family of friends and supporters near and far.

We hope you’ll enjoy this free virtual mini-concert created by The New Yorker magazine to showcase our SFH Pianos and the resilience of creatives everywhere.

From our hearts to yours, thank you for your support of Sing for Hope and the communities we serve during this most critical of times.

Please click here for The New Yorker magazine article Finding Light This December, featuring SFH.

In collaboration with Mount Sinai Health System, full safety protocols (including face coverings, social distancing, disinfection, reduced capacity, and virtual systems) have been implemented in the creation of these videos and all of SFH’s 2020 programming.

To learn more about the remaining performances for the Hudson Yards concert series, please click here.
To help bring hope to communities and employment to artists while the world’s stages are dark, please donate here.
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