Since Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project launched in 2011, more than 800 lullabies have been written and recorded by participants in the program, which pairs pregnant women, new mothers, and family members with musical artists to write and sing personal lullabies for their babies. Now, a new recording, Hopes and Dreams, features fifteen lullabies written by parents from across New York City, as performed by Fiona Apple, the Brentano String Quartet, Lawrence Brownlee, Rosanne Cash, Joyce DiDonato, Janice Freeman, Rhiannon Giddens, Angélique Kidjo, Patti LuPone, Natalie Merchant, Dianne Reeves, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Pretty Yende, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Among the U.S. orchestras that have participated in the Lullaby Project are the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Symphony, Portland Symphony Orchestra, Reno Philharmonic, and Seattle Symphony. The program’s goal is to support maternal health, aid child development, and strengthen the bond between parent and child.