From the Bronx to Beirut, the Sing for Hope Pianos is a global arts initiative that produces artist-designed pianos; places them in public spaces for anyone and everyone to enjoy; then transports and activates them year-round in permanent homes in schools, hospitals, transit hubs, refugee camps, and community-based organizations. Sing for Hope has provided more pianos for under-resourced public schools than any other organization in the world.
All About the Sing for Hope Pianos
A Year-Round Continuum of Creative Community
Sing for Hope accepts piano proposals from all around the globe.
Artists, civic leaders, and community groups bring their diverse versions to life.
The SFH Pianos hit the parks and public places for anyone and everyone to enjoy.
The SFH Pianos are moved to permanent homes in schools, hospitals, and communities where SFH works year-round.
The Sing for Hope Pianos is the country’s largest annually recurring public arts project, placing artist-designed pianos in parks and public spaces for anyone and everyone to play. Sparking impromptu music-making and connections, they create spontaneous moments of joy and community, bringing people together.
And here’s the best part: the Sing for Hope Pianos are YOURS!
They are free and open for all of your jam sessions, student performances, musically accompanied yoga sessions, dance-offs, workshop/classes, music videos, livestreams, and more. Your Sing for Hope Pianos’ creative opportunities are as boundless as your imagination.