Past Event

Music Monday featuring the Sing Harlem! Choir

November 21, 2022
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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The Forum: 605 W. 125th Street


Music Monday is a free and open-to-the public monthly concert series hosted by The Forum. Performances take place in The Forum's ground-floor Atrium on Monday evenings, once a month.

November's concert will feature the Sing Harlem! choir. Sing Harlem! is the breakout musical group from Mama Foundation for the Arts. This highly respected and influential choir is known for producing great vocalists, and top-notch global citizens. 

About Sing Harlem!

Sing Harlem! the award-winning musical group was formed to be the breakout choir for Mama Foundation for the Arts' School of Gospel, Jazz, and R&B Arts. Under the direction of Ahmaya Knoelle Higginson, the choir has grown to be a highly respected and influential force in the New York gospel scene, producing not only great vocalists, but top-notch global citizens.

At its core, Sing Harlem! serves as both a social impact initiative for young people that have graduated from Mama Foundation’s music training program, and as a commercial choir delivering acclaimed entertainment nationwide. All proceeds from Sing Harlem! events and performances benefit the Mama Foundation for the Arts’ music training programs, which are provided to the Harlem community tuition-free.

Sing Harlem! has performed at many prestigious venues, programs, and concerts across America including The Congressional Black Caucus, The Stellar Awards, New York Fashion Week (TOMMYxZENDAYA), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, the US Open, Chicago’s Ravinia Festival, and Brooklyn’s Afropunk. Television performances include The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Saturday Night Live, The View, Good Morning America, VH1 Trailblazer Honors, and the Grammy Awards. Theatrical performances include The Let Go (Nick Cave), The Mile-Long Opera (David Lang, Liz Diller), and As You Like It (Public Theater, Public Works). In addition to headlining, Sing Harlem continues to accompany a variety of musical artists including SZA, Sting, Arianna Grande, Pharrell Williams, Alessia Cara, Lykke Li, Chance the Rapper, and Madonna.