Electric Violinist & Composer Lorenzo Laroc is a New York City native who has dedicated his life to the arts. Lorenzo Laroc has performed worldwide in some of the most prestigious venues on earth. Lorenzo has performed for Royalty & Heads of States, but also volunteers his services for many charitable organizations such as St. Jude Children’s Hospital & The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Lorenzo is at the forefront of exposing Electric Violin to a global audience.
Rashad Malik Davis is an award-winning author and illustrator from Lawrenceville, NJ with a particular focus on themes of: fantasy, spirituality, diversity and empathy for children and adults alike.
He graduated from Tufts University in 2013 with a degree in Anthropology & Chinese Language & Culture, then went on to pursue his dreams with a degree in Animation from the Savannah College of Art & Design.
He has illustrated for several published projects including: Shaping the Future of African American Film by former Tufts Professor Monica Ndounou, and the #1 Best Selling Children's book entitled Sunne's Gift by Ama Karikari Yawson. He recently published his own children's picture book series entitled, Carefree, Like Me! that won the 2017 Best Indie Book Award in the Children's category. The book series has been featured on: News12 New Jersey's "NJ Spotlight" with Della Crews, Princeton TV with Sharon "Lady Tea" Levy, and several newspapers and radio stations. Carefree, Like Me! is even available at major retailers including: Barnes & Noble, Wal-Mart, and Amazon.com as well.
The award-winning Vy Higginsen’s Sing Harlem Choir was formed out of the Gospel for Teens program (GFT) founded in 2006 by legendary radio personality and producer Vy Higginsen to be the break out choir for The Mama Foundation for the Arts school. Over the years under the direction of Ahmaya Knoelle Higginson and Elijah Ahmad Lewis, the choir has grown to be a highly respected and influential force in the New York entertainment scene, producing not only great vocalists, but top notch global citizens.
Sing Harlem Choir has performed at many prestigious venues, programs and concerts across America including, The Congressional Black Caucus, The Stellar Awards, the Apollo Theatre, New York Fashion Week, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, The TED Talks and the Grammy Awards.