Sing for Hope
The Sing for Hope vision of art for all is informed by our belief that the arts have unique power to uplift, unite, and transform individuals and communities. Our outreach programs in under-resourced areas – from schools to community centers to healthcare facilities – demonstrate this every day.
Musicians on Call
It’s no secret that music can help you feel better. That’s why Musicians On Call brings music to the people who need it most – hospital patients.
Sulamot: Music for Social Change
Classical Violinist Plays Ozzy Osbourne
In both art and life, violinist Rachel Barton Pine has an extraordinary ability to connect with people. Celebrated as a leading interpreter of great classical and contemporary works, her performances combine her innate gift for emotional communication and her scholarly fascination with historical research. But she has another passion: she’s a self-confessed head banger, performing heavy metal with a band.
Huff 'n Puffers Pulmonary Harmonica
My Voice Music
Playing for Change
Music and the Brain
Music and the Brain™ is a project of the 42nd St. Development Corp. designed to teach public school students to read and play music through classroom keyboard instruction. Since 1997, more than 275 schools and 400,000 students have benefited from Music and the Brain training, curriculum and keyboards.
Music & Memory
The Recycled Orchestra
In an area where there is little hope and limited opportunities to imagine a life beyond a town built on a landfill and surrounded by trash, one man is working to make a difference. Using his love of music and the one resource in abundance in Cateura - trash - he is working to transform the lives of the children and their families.
Worlds Children's Choir
Helping Natural Disaster Victims