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Love Is An Open Door for this Mattel Children’s Hospital Patient – Monday Moments

After five years of delivering the healing power of music to Los Angeles, Musicians On Call has seen its fair share of moments that are a joy to even witness. Watching Volunteer Musician Juliet Piper play Frozen classic, “Love Is An Open Door,” for the patient at Mattel Children’s Hospital is a perfect example of those special moments. Special thanks to the patient’s mother, Cheri Niemiec, for sharing this moment with us! Featured in the video is Volunteer Guide Jean Clark, who has volunteered with Musicians On Call since programs began in Los Angeles in 2013. We will be honoring Clark along […]

Rachel Platten Brings Joy To Patients At NYU-Langone Medical Center – Monday Moments

Volunteer and friend of Musicians On Call, Rachel Platten, took some time out of promoting her latest album Waves to spread some cheer to patients at NYU-Langone Medical Center who would not be home for the holidays. The chart-topping artist volunteered regularly with Musicians On Call for over 12 years, delivering the healing power of music to the bedsides of patients all over New York City and beyond. In 2015, Platten was even named a Musicians On Call Music Heals honoree. This visit, however, she built a bond with one special patient and talked about the visit on her instagram! My […]

10 Moments from Nashville that Prove MOC is the Most Important Gig – Monday Moments

With the 10th Anniversary Celebration in Nashville just a few days away, we wanted to celebrate all the moments that make Musicians On Call the Most Important Gig in Music City. Here are some of our favorite moments from the eyes of the patient that show why exactly we have been bringing the healing power of music to Nashville hospitals for 10 years now. 1. When we helped make the stay at Vanderbilt University Medical Center for Christopher a better experience I was facing a very serious heart complication and the doctors were not sure if I would make it through […]