"Music speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest, heals the heart and makes it whole, flows from heaven to the soul."
Generously donated by Cristofori, the baby grand piano is nestled at Level 3 of our NUH Medical Centre, with the objective of resonating classical tunes of hope to visitors and patients of our hospital.
It is said that music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything and here at the NCIS, it is our hope that guests at our hospital may be able to find peace, warmth and comfort in the soothing tunes of classical rhapsody.
How You Can Help
Calling all pianists and musicians! Help us spread tunes of hope and positivity by performing for patients and visitors at our NUH Medical Centre! We welcome everyone, young or old, with a passion for music and spreading hope!
Not a musician? Then lend us your ears! Our guest performers and us appreciate your warm support.
Here's what some of our volunteer performers had to say about their experience:
"There's always time for music, and I always enjoy the experience. Personally, it's stress relieving as well." - Gabriel Tan (pictured, left), Year 4 Undergraduate at NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
"Actually, I really love it (performing). I just grab a quick lunch and rush here to play." - Patient Service Associate Sim Hui Shang (pictured, centre), Ward 46, NUH
"Music is the universal language that connects everyone, regardless of culture, race or religion." - Ms Sharon Chong (pictured, right), Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, NUS
"The aim of our performance is to provide music entertainment for everyone around the hospital. It is solely voluntary and we hope that the performance can lighten up the mood of the patients." - Denise and Ngoc Huy
"The reason why we volunteered to perform is because we want to share the joy of making music with everyone and inspire them with our passion."- Resonance