Clinical Center News
Dec 2022 / Jan 2023

The National Symphony Orchestra performs in the Clinical Center Atrium

The NSO brings music to the Clinical Center atrium

The National Symphony Orchestra presented a 30-piece group of strings and percussion, conducted by Anthony Parnther, in the Clinical Center atrium on Sept. 20th. The symphony performed works by Mozart, Ellington, Coleridge-Taylor, Tchaikovsky and other composers. This is the tenth year of the National Symphony Orchestra Sound Health program; an initiative that seeks to explore the various ways music can reduce stress and promote tranquility and wellness for patients, staff and visitors.

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