Creating Across Generations: The Sing for Hope Piano at Wallis Annenberg Genspace

An Intergenerational Community Arts Project Sing for Hope’s Intergenerational Community Arts Program — a specific-community-responsive iteration of our time-tested Sing for Hope Pianos program launched in 2010 — brings wellness, creative connection, and self-determination to older adults and the young people who rely on them. The program is of particular importance right now, as it […]

Sing for Hope Launches Program for Ukrainian Refugee Children and Families

Sing for Hope launches dynamic arts programs to uplift newly arrived refugee youth in Nuremberg and Fürth  Sing for Hope Project Leader Peter Herr to lead workshops and co-create new Sing for Hope Pianos with Ukrainian refugee children and families Sing for Hope announced this week the launch of its dynamic new arts programming for […]

International Foundation for Arts and Culture (IFAC) & Sing for Hope Celebrate World Piano Day with Launch of World’s Largest Online Piano Art Gallery & Debut of Sing for Hope Pianos in New Orleans

World Piano Day is celebrated on March 29th, the 88th day of the year, reflecting 88 keys on piano keyboard  Sing for Hope Board Member Jon Batiste celebrates the piano and its communal power in our lives New York, NY, March 28, 2022 — The International Foundation for Arts and Culture (IFAC) and Sing for […]

Celebrating Black History with Four Weeks of Live Virtual Programming, Free and Open to All

Sing for Hope presents live daily virtual concerts all month long featuring leading Black stars including J’Nai Bridges, Vanisha Gould, Gili Yalo, Danyel Fulton, and more Open to all via Sing for Hope’s Open Arts platform, an innovative program created to relieve isolation among the elderly, youth, and healthcare audiences New York, NY, February 1, 2022 […]

Sing for Hope Awarded Multiyear Grant by the New York State Council on the Arts

  New York City/New York – Sing for Hope announced today grant awards totaling $49,500 per year for two years from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) to support the recovery of the nonprofit arts and culture sector. Following New York State’s $105 million investment in the arts for FY2022, NYSCA has […]