Perform on Broadway in Arts for Autism, a one night benefit concert where the biggest Broadway stars join performing arts students from around the country in a Broadway theatre. To date, the show has raised over $180,000 for Autism Speaks and has featured Tony Award Winners Kelli O’Hara and Stephanie J. Block and Tony nominee Christopher Jackson. Oh yeah, and that guy on the right…that’s Aladdin (aka Adam Jacobs)!
Young musicians record a holiday album at a premiere recording studio in Nashville. In this meaningful and inspiring recording session, students will work with the best in the music business and engage with post 9/11 wounded veterans. Hope for the Holidays is the perfect combination of arts education, performance opportunity and volunteerism.
Select student choirs will accompany one of Broadway’s most dynamic leading ladies at Lincoln Center. During this 4 day event, students will participate in masterclasses and rehearsals with industry veterans all leading to a public concert at the iconic Lincoln Center. As a celebration of women in the arts, the evening will be dedicated to new female composers and playwrights. Participation for a limited number of ensembles is by audition or invitation only.