Harlem School of the Arts

Founded in 1964 by internationally acclaimed African American soprano Dorothy Maynor and uniquely positioned at the intersection of arts, education, and social justice, Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) offers instruction in music, dance, theater, musical theater, and media & design to children ages 2-18. Through interdisciplinary arts training that celebrates the rich complexity of their community, HSA empowers youth to reach their full potential while continuing to ensure that children of all socio-economic levels have access to the transformational power of the arts. HSA trains the creative thinkers and global citizens of tomorrow while enriching and strengthening their connection to the community.

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