The NHS Chorus-19 has been set up as a means to bolster morale through song. It is a virtual choir for current and former NHS staff, aiming to help spread positive and informative messages during the Covid crisis. No previous singing experience is necessary! It's intended as a space to have fun and benefit from some musical relief, and build a sense of community through singing. We have created parts and resources that cater to a range of abilities, so it doesn't matter if you can't read music. We will also be providing Makaton and BSL videos to try and make our projects as accessible as possible.
If you would like to be sent resources for our first projects, an arrangement of 'Somewhere over the rainbow' and a Covid rewriting of 'Come on Eileen', please sign up below. Keep up to date by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
Who Are we?
About CUH Arts
CUH Arts is Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s pioneering arts-in-health programme, dedicated to transforming the hospital experience, promoting wellbeing and inspiring hope through creativity.
Supported by Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust and led by Natalie Ellis, CUH Arts delivers a diverse and innovative programme of live, visual and participatory arts for thousands of patients, staff and public every year.
About Cambridge University Hospitals
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) is one of the largest and best known trusts in the country, delivering high-quality patient care through Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie Hospitals. CUH is a leading national centre for specialist treatment for rare or complex conditions and a university teaching hospital with a worldwide reputation.
CUH is a key partner in Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP).