From producer Vy Higginsen, The Sing Harlem Choir is a celebrated group of performers elevated from the Mama Foundation for the Arts' Music School of Gospel, Jazz and R&B. The Foundation, founded by writer/producer of Mama, I Want to Sing, is known to be a highly respected and influential source of education and self-development for young people as highlighted in the Emmy-award winning CBS 60 Minutes coverage. This award winning and nationally recognized program offers performance choirs small, medium, and large for live performances and studio recording sessions. Sing Harlem has accompanies many of today's pop icons including Ariana Grande, Chance the Rapper, Bebe Rexha, Pharrell Williams, Alessia Cara, Moby, Lykke Li, and Madonna. Recent event performances include The Grammy Awards with SZA, Nick Cave's "The Let Go" at Park Avenue Armory, Ravinia Music Festival in Chicago, RFK Human Rights Benefit with Usher, Stella McCartney's Pre- Fall Fashion Show, and Ted Talks. Recent television performances include VH1 Trailblazer Honors, Saturday Night Live, NBC First Look, Nickelodeon Halo Awards, Wonderama, The View, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.