With the holiday season upon us, Shore Medical Center is celebrating the season with the healing power of music.
On select evenings throughout December, Shore’s Surgical Pavilion lobby will come alive with the sounds and spirit of the season, as several community bands and choirs bring holiday cheer to Shore staff, patients and visitors.
On Tuesday, Dec. 6, and Wednesday, Dec. 21, Mainland Regional High School’s Tri-M group will perform from 7 to 8 p.m. The Tri-M Music Honor Society, a program of the National Association for Music Education, is dedicated to the service, promotion and involvement of music in the schools and community.
In addition, other community musical groups will appear at Shore throughout the season, performing carols and other holiday selections.
Shore Medical Center is passionate about the role music can play in the recovery process. With its dedication to patient-centered care, Shore recognizes the vital role the arts can play in recovery from illness.
Shore’s holiday musical performances are part of an initiative by the Spirit of Shore Healing Arts Committee. The Spirit of Shore is committed to creating an environment that promotes healing of the mind, body and spirit.
Pictured above: Members of Mainland Regional High School’s Tri-M group are among the performers making their way to Shore Medical Center this December to entertain patients, visitors and staff this holiday season.