Sing for Hope
Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora, Co-Founding Directors  
Sing for Hope on the West Coast!

Sing for Hope announces an exciting new presence on the West Coast.  Donor Artist Geeta Novotny leads a stellar cast of West Coast-based Sing for Hope performers in our Santa Barbara debut: a featured performance at the International Women's Festivals on March 6 at the Earl Warren Showgrounds.  The International Women's Festivals is a non-profit event celebrating International Women's Day with inspirational leaders from business, the arts, social causes and politics.

Geeta NovotnyFeatured Sing for Hope Donor Artists include Mezzo Soprano Geeta Novotny (Los Angeles Opera, Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Opera), Soprano Mignonne Profant (Opera Pacific, Opera Santa Barbara, Long Beach Civic Light Opera), Tenor Daniel Montenegro (San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Los Angeles Philharmonic), Pianist Jeremy Frank (Los Angeles Opera, Wolf Trap Opera Company, Seattle Opera), Double Violinist, Singer, and Composer Gingger Shankar (Carnegie Hall, Hollywood Bowl, Madison Square Garden)and Actor & XRT Artistic Director Aaron Ganz (American Repertory Theatre, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Moscow Art Theatre). 

Click here for more information on this exciting event!
Upcoming Donor Artist Volunteer Opportunities

It's easy to get involved as a Donor Artist in Sing for Hope's programs that benefit schools, hospitals, and communities!  If you are a Donor Artist, please click here to sign up for activities in New York City.  If you would like to join Sing for Hope's roster of Donor Artists, please click here!

For more information about Sing for Hope, please watch our new video, donated by our amazing friends at jumP

Thank you!

~The Sing for Hope Team

March, 2010
Sing for Hope Donor Artists Rebecca Ringle and Lauren Skuce performed at the InterSchool Orchestras gala on March 4.   To read about The InterSchool Orchestras and what they are doing for New York City music education, Click here.

To help Sing for Hope continue to transform lives and communities, please consider a tax-deductible donation:

A gift of $25 provides 6 NYC students with an hour of dynamic arts and leadership education or brings bedside performances to 5 hospital-bound patients

A gift of $100 provides a live musical performance to 30 students or brings bedside performances to 20 hospital-bound patients

A gift of $10,000 provides a year-long arts and leadership residency to 60 underserved public schoolchildren or
entirely supports an in-hospital performance series for hundreds of patients

Or please consider the following sponsorship packages:

$25,000 and above



$500 -$2,999


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