Experience the Magic of Vitamin L
in Your School!
Every Year, Vitamin L inspires thousands of children with transformative messages delivered through the magic of song.
Vitamin L makes meaningful connections with children through music - inspiring them to grow into adults with personal integrity who treat others with dignity and respect.
What is the Vitamin L Project?
The Vitamin L Project encourages positive character development in young people through uplifting, inspiring music.
Vitamin L, based in Ithaca, New York, consists of song- writer Jan Nigro and a diverse group of 80 talented singers, ages 11-21. Nine singers join Jan in each performance.
Seeing the young singers as role models, listeners absorb and integrate the ideas in the songs, including empathy, gratitude, appreciating diversity, endurance, human rights, friendship, and more.
Vitamin L is visionary.
Vitamin L is transformative.
Today’s complex world calls for innovative methods and strong ideals. A Vitamin L concert delivers both.
The Vitamin L Project received a Certificate of Recognition from the governor of New York “for being in the forefront of helping to promote the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by promoting peace in our schools and communities.”
Vitamin L at Your School
The impact of just one positive, memorable experience in a child’s life can lead to a lifelong desire to help change the world for the better.
Vitamin L Can Be That Experience.
Vitamin L can inspire your students to be young visionaries who can imagine a positive new future, learn how to bring it forward into the present, and then inspire us to create -- moment by moment -- the world we wish to live in.
"Vitamin L encourages children to think about moral issues in a non-threatening, fun, and very personal way. By singing the songs and watching the Vitamin L concert, young audiences are exposed to seeing the importance of valuing positive character and moral behavior."
Dawn Schrader, Associate Professor of Learning,Teaching, and Social Policy, Cornell University
Inspiring children through music since 1989