The Living Legends Singers are the resident artist for the Human Symphony Foundation, an organization with a focus on the performing arts and social justice. We are currently auditioning singers to join us for the winter/spring season. This is an exceptional group of singers who are dedicated to making music at the highest caliber. Highlights… [Continue Reading]
By Markus Williams Artistic Director For the past ten years The Human Symphony Foundation has celebrated the best of humanity by uniting the arts with social justice. In that time we have honored the work of trailblazers and those who spoke out against injustice at great risk to their own lives. We have also been… [Continue Reading]
The Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity NEW HOME and NEW DATE Saturday, March 7, 2015, 6:00 P.M The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center University of Maryland, College Park, MD RSVP Today!
Welcome to our new home! We encourage you to visit us often, follow us on Facebook, then get involved. We function with only one purpose that is to build humanity! Author Barbara Hall gives the following directive: “You’re alive. Do something. The directive in life, the moral imperative was so uncomplicated. It could be… [Continue Reading]
As we launch our new website, we are at the same time introducing The Human Symphony Foundation to the world. We continue to get many positive comments surrounding the name and its deeper meaning. This is not so much a creation as it is an acknowledgment. The Human Symphony is already in existence. It’s a natural occurrence. We are simply articulating its presence and encouraging participation there in.
Just by being born we are a part of this symphony. But it is our individual choice that decides what role we will play. When we acknowledge unity within our diversity, then can the symphony resound with that which builds humanity? We hope that our name bids you welcome. We hope that it comes to represent the best that we, as a global people, have to offer. We hope that we leave our world a better place than when we found it.