To celebrate our Youth Chorusâ€™ first year of graduating seniors, Sing for Hope held a concert for family and friends on June 12th in midtown Manhattan. Led by Youth Arts Coordinator Stephanie Martinez, the chorus performed an eclectic mix of pop tunes, show tunes, gospel arrangements, and classical repertoire standards.
Volunteer Artist Michael Miller (upper left) works with a New York Memory Center program participant while fellow Volunteer Artist Nana Shi (lower right) plays a Sing for Hope Piano recently donated to the Center.
Last week, Sing for Hope visited the
The Sing for Hope Collection- a photographic series that captures the creative and transformational power of the arts- is on display at VARTALI SALON through the month
pSing for Hope places artist-designed pianos throughout the public spaces of NYC’s 5 boroughs each summer for anyone and everyone to play–including our youngest New Yorkers! Check out these ideas for how to help your children/students use the SFH Pianos to foster creativity./p
Already the country’s largest recurring public arts project, the Sing for Hope Pianos are revving up to be bigger and better than ever, thanks to a partnership made in creative heaven. MINI USA will join Sing for Hope for the 2018 SFH Pianos, motivated by both organizations’ shared passion for serving communities in need with creativi…