Staff, patients and community members came together for the annual Festival of Music at Royal North Shore Hospital.
RNSH Stroke Coordinator Susan Day, who helps organise the event with RNSH Director of Corporate Services Amanda Harriss, said it was the hospital’s sixth year running the event.
“It always brings so much joy for patients and their families, and staff and community members,” she said.
“This year we had a diverse group of performers ranging from a junior doctor playing the piano, to a local ukulele and harp performer from the community, and the HealthShare Harmony Team.”
Susan thanked all the performers and those who came along in support.
“The last few years of the festival have been impacted by COVID-19, so it was special to come back bigger and better this year,” she said.
“Thank you for the support of our sound engineer Chris Rollans and for his help with staging.”
The event was sponsored by local community member Hudson Du who provided a restored Victorian Steinway baby grand piano and photography by Ray Williams and Marcus Kung.