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UK Impact

MiHC cares about people. We also care about live music. We care about reaching people who may have little, if any, access to live music. Through versatile and highly personalised performances we create moments and memories of sheer joy, relaxation, engagement and sometimes, magic. We’re proud to be able to provide so many of them:

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Our Stories

Music in Hospitals & Care spreads Joy Through Live Music across the length and breadth of the UK, from the Shetland Isles and the Highlands of Scotland to Northern Ireland, the Valleys of Wales and down to the south coast of England. From lullabies for premature babies to old favourites for those living with dementia, we operate in a wide range of healthcare environments including hospitals, hospices, care homes, day centres, special schools and community settings.

People are at the heart of what we do. Click or tap on the map to discover some of our stories from across the UK and find out more about how people in healthcare are benefitting from live music experiences.

All Stories
Edinburgh - Jamming at the Hive: five years on

Every week, MiHC singer and guitarist Charlie Gorman sits within a circle of chairs at the Hive café space at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital and is joined by service users and patients.

Northern Ireland

Stories for this location are coming soon.

Manchester - A4 Brass bring joy to MSI children

A4 Brass quartet have been visiting Lancasterian special school in Didsbury to take part in weekly music sessions with a group of five Multi-Sensory Impaired children.

Southampton - Sarah's story

Musician Phoebe Gorry reflects on a performance she gave at Southampton General Hospital that she will never forget.

Llandough – Elsie’s story

Our Development Officer in Wales, Hannah Beadsworth, tells us about a particularly special concert she witnessed in the East 18 Ward at University Hospital Llandough.