4.0k members in the Environmentalism community. about founders: Merging the talents of five conservatory trained musicians from New York City, Founders is a “defiant, brilliant, virtuosic quintet” captivating audiences everywhere. Pack of people get washed with waves, Enormous Trump truck demands to "confirm our election" in Detroit, SUV driver dies in tragic Train Accident near Ronit Farms, Israel, Pissed Off: South African Man Pees on Wrong Power Pole, TRUMP SUPPORTER INTERRUPTS PRESS CONFERENCE.

Combining classical, folk music, original compositions and pop arrangements, Founders is re-imagining the concert experience. This work brought more resources and possibilities to her classmates in the department. Since moving to New York she also founded the networking group called Young Professionals in the Arts to foster connections and creativity within the art professional community.

-2 I AM RUTH! A true theater nerd, Pamela learned from an early age that the world was a better place with music in it (this didn’t make belting showtunes at the top of her lungs any less annoying). After studying music business (and briefly considering a career as a rock star) John first went into music product sales, where his favorite customer was a parent who never got the chance to learn an instrument but wanted to make sure their child had the opportunity. At NYCCT Ashley learned how her art could help solve problems and gained her an appreciation for accessibility to the arts.

Coming from a musical family, Brian’s father manages operations for a music company that distributes instruments to schools and students around the country, which instilled the importance of arts accessibility at a young age. First volunteering as an Artist Partner, he joined the team full-time as a Program Manager.

Anne’s experiences as a teaching artist, teacher, scholar and entrepreneur have led her to the Director of Education role supporting access to the arts and artivism for public school students throughout the city. 'Stop the vote!' Going from Flatbush to the Ivy League as a former K-12 public school student, Anne uses her experiences as a commitment to harnessing Black and Brown student voices. An internationally acclaimed soprano, she has appeared with collaborators ranging from Plácido Domingo to Sting, with ensembles including London Symphony and Glimmerglass Opera, and in live broadcasts on NPR, BBC Radio, Deutsche Radio and Sirius. This is a fair and clever summary of what happened between 1949 and 1954, when black and white musical traditions cross-educated each other, and then disc Latarsha is a Certified Medical Billing Specialist born and raised in New York City. At Oberlin, Isaiah is the new leader of two vibrantly active student organizations: Oberlin Flute Association (OFA) and Oberlin College Black Musicians’ Guild (OCBMG). We are optimistic that in the end, true justice will (finally!) A regular contributor to The Huffington Post and a leading voice in the “artist as citizen” discussion, Camille has performed and spoken at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit, Skoll World Forum, Aspen Ideas Festival, and the United Nations. She remembers growing up with the arts, and as a child you could always find her drawing on tables and performing with jazz bands in NYC. - by Founders Sing, In Honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Carol earned her MSW from the Rutgers School of Social Work and Sing for Hope is the perfect intersection of arts and social services for her. T. 212-966-5955, The International Foundation for Arts and Culture (Dr. Haruhisa Handa, Chairman, Sing for Hope Global Patron) be served. The ultimate goal of Isaiah’s career is to establish an organization (or a program initiative) that helps underrepresented students create their own career in music and provide them with the skills to succeed in any professional music setting.

She considers herself lucky to be a member of Civic Corps and to find a position with Sing for Hope. He has performed in theater productions (high school, college, and community) and sung in master chorales across the country. Camille Zamora is the Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of Sing for Hope. Both our office and our SFH Pianos Studio at 28 Liberty are ADA compliant, as are our partner sites. Jae holds a B.A. Carol’s last 20 years have been in the not-for-profit world managing multi-disciplinary arts. With ten years of non-profit experience, Lester helps bring the Sing for Hope Pianos to NYC each summer and creates pockets of living room singalongs throughout the city for everyone to be a part of.

This song "I Am Ruth" is our way of saying THANK YOU to Ruth Bader Ginsburg for a lifetime of righteous actions that will have a positive impact long into the future. Working in entertainment allowed her to explore the city and meet fascinating people, but she felt the need to give back in a more purposeful way. be served. Ms. Yunus has performed with the world’s leading opera companies, including The Metropolitan Opera, Washington National Opera, The Zouk Festival, and in recitals in Spain, Guatemala, and her native Bangladesh.

Lehi joined the nonprofit world immediately after college.

He is an active pianist and teacher with over twenty years of performance experience. Isaiah is excited to learn and grow from his experiences at Sing for Hope this summer. An alumnus of The Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music, Julie has enjoyed everything from singing under the direction of James Levine at Lincoln Center, to fronting The Miami Sound Machine band as the Gloria Estefan impersonator for Legends In Concert out of Las Vegas! He is a doctoral candidate at Virginia Tech in the School of Public and International Affairs earning a degree in Planning, Governance, and Globalization. She is an origami enthusiast and, with her husband, a performing (amateur) tango dancer. Mel humbly believes that SHE won that bet by finding Sing for Hope, where Mel’s work unites three of her greatest passions: the arts, social change, and communication. Richard started his arts management career holding the baton (literally) for his high school marching band. She believes strongly in the mission of Sing for Hope and is excited to bring music and art into the greater community as a project leader. Copyright © 2020 by Sing for Hope, Inc. All rights reserved. It didn’t take long for her to decide to stretch her lungs. Samantha Joy Siberini started acting at age four, and theatre is her first love. This song "I Am Ruth" is our way of saying THANK YOU to Ruth Bader Ginsburg for a lifetime of righteous actions that will have a positive impact long into the future. Patty has successfully managed contracts with numerous NYC agencies, including the NYC DOE, NYC DCLA, and the NYS Council on the Arts, and she is very passionate about helping transformative nonprofits fund their work sustainably. Site by SKAGGS | Development by Bling | Privacy Policy, Director of Operations & Special Projects. New York, NY 10005 Sing for Hope is her host site during her year of service with AmeriCorps, and she is thrilled to connect with fellow arts enthusiasts as part of the Engagement Team. Lynell is a classically trained opera singer, holding a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and Music Education from Drake University in Des Moines, IA and a Master of Music in Opera from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. You can find her singing and writing music in her free time. In New York, Brian works at a content technology company and spends his time reading, running, and attempting to play movie soundtracks on piano.

Founders Sing lyrics with translations: I Gotta Wash My Hands!, Die Die Coronavirus Deutsch English Español Français Hungarian Italiano Nederlands Polski Português (Brasil) Română Svenska Türkçe Ελληνικά Български Русский Српски العربية 日本語 한국어 Now Joel has the opportunity to continue with his dream to deliver the art for all and integrate other passionate artists who want to share their talents in this movement that is Sing for Hope. In her free time, she enjoys making baked goods for friends and family — popular requests include lemon poppy seed cake and blueberry crumble.

Then, not long after he discovered the fulfillment that comes from volunteering and working alongside other volunteers, he found Sing for Hope — a chance to infuse his passion for art with his passion for bringing it to others. Patty comes to Sing for Hope with a wealth of experience managing and scaling programs in arts administration.

Currently, Serena is actively involved with two organizations (OrigamiUSA, which promotes the beautiful art of origami, and the Amateur Classical Musicians Association (ACMA), which provides performance opportunities for musicians) and recently retired from a third (the HOPE program – Homebound Outreach Project for the Elderly — at Mt. Longtime Artist Partner Nia Franklin has made it her mission to advocate for the power of the arts, and she now brings that advocacy to a national stage as Miss America. Jae began as a Volunteer Artist at Sing For Hope, and is excited to take on the role of Project Leader at the NY Memory Center in Brooklyn. Most notably, Patty held roles in senior leadership at Healing Arts Initiative (HAI), including Director of Education and On-Site Programs (15+ years) and Deputy Executive Director. in dance and government from Wesleyan University and an M.A.

But the arts — dance, theater, film, graphic arts — have always been her passion. Dr. Anne Desrosiers has used education, experiential learning, and culturally responsive pedagogy as a platform for social justice, and to support inner city youth in her eight-year career as an educator.

He is currently enrolled at Manhattan School of Music. 99 Wall Street #1812 Sing for Hope reminds me of what power we have, as artists, to heal and to help.” – Lester Lynch, Baritone (Sing for Hope Artist Partner / Ambassador since 2007). Our mission is “art for all” – we actively engage those with special physical or intellectual needs. You also may obtain information on charitable organizations from the New York State Office of the Attorney General at www.charitiesnys.com or (212) 416-8401. One of Lester’s favorite memories growing up is gathering around the living room piano and singing songs with friends and family. Serena is currently retired (since 2003), after working for 40 years in the computer field – originally as a programmer (when computers filled a room and had less processing power than a microwave) and then as a systems analyst and project manager. Lynell is a native of Fargo, ND who now calls New York her home. Combining classical, folk music, original compositions and pop arrangements, Founders is re-imagining the concert experience. Check out more of Lester’s experience with the SFH Pianos in his TEDxBroadway talk here. Founders Sing took a break from making parody videos to create an original song in honor of John Lewis. She is excited to be working with a team that helps share the power of the arts to others. When not performing or teaching, Jae tunes pianos or has a book in a hand.

We are optimistic that in the end, true justice will (finally!)

On February 22, Founders took home the Grand Prize of $10,000 as well as the Audience Choice Award from the international competition held at the University of South Carolina.

He found the value of arts administration while working as an intern for the National Flute Association. For the past 14 years, Joel’s mission has been to transform spaces all over the world with art, whether doing acrobatics with people on his shoulders, being Don Quixote in the ballet, studying for degrees, teaching classes with a giant puppet, or merely being a clown.