Mezzo-sopranos Joyce DiDonato and Alice Coote, along with pianist Bryan Wagorn, will lend their talents to support the construction of a new arts center for Time In Kids on April 26 in New York City. Purchase tickets for the event via the following link.
Learn more about Time In and their extraordinary work below.
The Time In Children’s Arts Initiative’s arts immersive programming – engaging opera, hands-on art, gallery hops, live performance, intensive language and literature – transforms the lives & learning of chronically disadvantaged public school children ensuring that each child receives the material knowledge and positive reinforcement that they need to become effective and knowledgeable creators, as well as engaged, responsible and thoughtful participants in our greater democracy.
Joyously engaging the arts to ensure that underserved children have the tools and support they deserve to flourish, thrive & hope.
Time In’s brilliant arts-immersive curriculum will change the face of education, transforming the lives of at-risk children and, as a result, the communities in which they live.
We believe that life-long learners and leaders emerge not from punitive time outs, but from effective participation in the real world.Time In’s vibrant, interdisciplinary arts initiative ensures that underserved children, who would otherwise have no access to services of this quality, receive the material knowledge and positive reinforcement that they need to become both effective and knowledgeable creators, as well as engaged, responsible and thoughtful participants in a larger democracy.Every child, regardless of socio-economic background is entitled to a thoughtfully crafted, arts-enriched education in which each individual child’s talents and needs are recognized, and the support for greater creativity, intelligence, self-esteem and a brighter, better future is more than just a promise.