Virtual Sessions

Virtual Sing For Your Seniors Sessions are an adaptation of our in-person musical concerts performed live by multiple SFYS performing artists via Zoom. Designed for Community Organizations and Assisted Living facilities, you can broadcast our virtual sessions into your great-room, cafeteria, or have your participants join from their individual devices. Each Virtual SFYS Session includes one-hour of live musical entertainment along with verbal interactive engagement. Enjoy our virtual musical visits from the comfort and safety of your home environment.

If you’d like to provide a Virtual Sing for Your Seniors Session to your community, please fill out a request form below. *Reduced costs or sponsored sessions are available through grants and contributions from donors.

Virtual Sessions Request Form
"Sing For Your Seniors Virtual Sessions have become an essential part of our reimagined programming. SFYS performers always bring energy, joy, music, and connection to every member of our community."
Molly Fisher, LCSWDirector of Program Innovation and Education
Inspīr|Carnegie Hill

Click on the photos below to read about recent SFYS Sessions and the artists who performed!

One-On-One Sessions

One-On-One Sessions are thirty minute sessions with a SFYS Artist via Zoom. Book a specific artist below, or go directly to our Virtual Sessions form and we can match you. Our One-On-One musical visits are $50.00.

*Should you need financial assistance for program 1 or 2, simply indicate on your request form that you’d like a sponsored session. SFYS provides reduced and no-cost sessions as funds become available through grants and contributions from donors.

One-on-One Session Form

Public Sessions

Public Sessions are an invitation to adults 65+ to join our Virtual Group Session audience via Zoom. Fill out a Public Sessions request form to receive upcoming dates.

Public Session Form

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