Sharing the sounds of the season as a way of saying thanks

December 23, 2013

Staff, patients and visitors of London Health Sciences Centre were treated to a special musical performance when ten-year-old Liam, a patient at LHSC himself, came together with friends Chris and Isabelle Sturby of London to play holiday tunes in the Atrium of Zone B at Victoria Hospital.

Liam, who has battled a brain tumour this past year, wanted to find a way to say thank you and give back to the hospital, while bringing some joy to patients and visitors at the same time. Chris and Isabelle were happy to sign on to help, and together the three of them – two on violin and one on cello – wound their way through their holiday play book, much to the delight of onlookers, including a team of nurses who cared for Liam while he underwent treatment.

Liam hopes to perform a few more times before Christmas, so if you’re in Zone B and hear familiar strains of Let It Snow or Joy to the World filling the air, head down to the atrium and enjoy the show!

Liam and group plays music