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We have a growing music programme that is being developed across the Trust, consisting of professional musicians giving concerts on wards as well as opportunities for good amateurs to come and play to entertain patients and staff.
We have regular lunchtime concerts in the Cancer Centre entrance cafe from professional and good amateur musicians, using a grand piano donated by a generous donor.
We also invite patients and staff to come and play whenever they wish.
"I've just heard from a mother whose son has been undergoing treatment at the Cancer Centre. He was feeling very low and having a cup of tea when someone came in a played 'Someone to Watch over Me' on the piano - it really lifted his spirits." An email from a member of staff
Musicians from Oxford Philomusica playing on Bedford Ward
We have an ongoing programme of small scale concerts on Bedford and Adams wards. Professional musicians come in to play to patients, their visitors and staff. Some sessions encourage patients to join in to help make music. The music sessions provide a positive atmosphere on the wards and help create a sense of calm.
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