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Last year I attended the Sing For Hope Arts Intensive, and it was the most enjoyable and rejuvenating experience… There were so many new things that I tried out, from the different dance styles to the a cappella singing to drawing in new ways. These new art skills made me more co…
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
(Originally published on HUFFINGTONPOST.COM on 6/18/16.) MONICA SCHIPPER VIA GETTY IMAGES) Since 2010, SING FOR HOPE has placed a total of 336 SING FOR HOPE PIANOS in the parks and public
A special thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate the fifth year of The Sing for Hope Pianos in New York City at our day-long
Sing for Hope recently received our second six-figure grant from a Europe-based foundation to replicate our programming overseas, with a focus on the creative arts
The Sing for Hope Piano Artists often say they feel like they’ve all become a family. For three of our artists, this is not just a feeling: when they finish painting under the same roof, they return home to eat dinner under the same roof. Meet Sing for Hope parent-daughter trio, Peggy, Robert, and Megan Padovano.
The Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates has announced Sing for Hope as its official cultural partner for Summit activities. The
To bring the beloved Sing for Hope Pianos to NYC, we need 1) pianos, 2) people, & 3) … PAINT. We’re thrilled to have Liquitex Official as our 2019 Paint Sponsor! Liquitex brings not only the paint that brings the SFH Piano Artists’ designs to life but skill-building and education for our community of artists.
Sing for Hope announced this week that Linda E. Johnson has been elected Chair of the Board by unanimous board vote. “Linda’s passion for equal access to creative resources for all people is a hallmark of her work on the Sing for Hope board as well as her transformational leadership of Brooklyn Public Library. As Sing for Hope continues to drive new solutions for social cohesion through the arts, from the Sing for Hope Pianos that enliven our cityscape to our youth arts and healing arts programs in under-resourced areas, there is no one more equipped than Linda to help guide our next chapter,” say Sing for Hope Co-Founders and Co-Executive Directors Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus.
Hit TV show Broad City featured a familiar face (using “face” loosely) in the penultimate episode: this Sing for Hope Piano by incredible SFH Piano Artist Lexy Ho-Tai! From the Unisphere to Washington Square Park & hit TV, to its permanent home at PS 64Q, Ho-Tai’s SFH Piano has lived quite a New York life.