SING FOR HOPE LAUNCHES SUMMER ARTS INTENSIVE

Before the 2013 fall school year, Sing for Hope was proud to hold the very first Summer Arts Intensive, a one week workshop that featured classes in acting, dancing, singing, writing music, even DJ’ing!

The intensive included 34 participants, ages 13-18, and was hosted downstairs from the Sing for Hope administrative offices at DANY studios.

The week long intensive culminated in an evening performance open to parents and guests that featured the choreography, music, and acting scenes the students have been working on.

What better way to kick off the school year than with a little dancing, acting and Sing(ing) for Hope!

Related Articles

YOUNG ARTISTS FIND INSPIRATION AT SFH ARTS INTENSIVE

While the Sing for Hope Pianos were still adorning our city’s streets and parks, our Youth Arts team was hard at work prepping for another summer mainstay here at Sing for Hope: the Arts Intensive. This year, we brought together over 30 creative professionals from our Volunteer Artist roster with high schoolers from across NYC for two memorable weeks of arts study. With workshops ranging from Samba dancing to ballet, songwriting to a cappella singing, and a host of other artistic pursuits, the Sing for Hope Youth Arts Intensive is free of charge, and encourages participation from students who may not otherwise have access to quality arts education. By pairing our Volunteer Artists with dedicated students, the program creates a rigorous, diverse, and supportive environment for exploring the arts.