Josh Groban took some time out of his busy schedule to help teach music to some lucky students at a school in the Bronx!
“What an inspiring afternoon at PS91 in the Bronx,” Josh wrote. “These kids are so inspired by music and the arts. It’s all about the look on their faces, that spark.”
“Thank you Kathy Damkohler, executive director of Education Through Music and Principle Meridith Struhl Nasjlett and mostly to the students for their glorious voices and focus and drive,” he added. “Future leaders in the making. #artsed #findyourlight (edited last photos because there were some “looks on their faces” that were caught off guard 😂).”
“Thanks PS 91 kids for pulling me up to sing Hallelujah with you!!!” Josh captioned the video below, in which he leads the kids in singing the late Leonard Cohen‘s hit song “Hallelujah.”
Pictured inside: Josh and his fellow cast members of Broadway’s The Great Comet attending the Culture For One To Host Fifth Annual Benefit To Provide Access To the Arts For NYC Children in Foster Care at Espace on Monday (April 3) in New York City.
Click inside to see a slideshow Josh shared from his day at the school… More Here! »