Founded in 2011, Street Symphony places social justice at the heart of music making by creating authentic, powerful engagements between professional and emerging artists and communities disenfranchised by homelessness and incarceration in Los Angeles County. Street Symphony operates with the core principle that all people deserve access to a creative and expressive life.
Teaching Artist Program
The Daniel Chaney Teaching Artist Program is an initiative of Street Symphony, dedicated to exploring “Citizen-Artistry” in Los Angeles and beyond. Daniel Chaney Teaching Artist Program Fellows receive a year of intensive instruction musical performance and the intersection of arts and social justice. Fellows can be members of the Skid Row community, as well as emerging artists graduating from university and conservatory.