|Posted by Cherry Yuan on March 21, 2013 at 1:40 AM|
Cherry Yuan, Club President of Children in Need, was invited to perform for all the patients and their families at the Spring Fair hosted by Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford on March 20, 2013. To celebrate the Central Park theme of the Spring Fair, Cherry played Gershwin’s “It ain't necessarily so”; Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons, Spring and Autumn”; Mozart ‘s Violin Concerto, 4 and 5, 1st movements, and Elgar’s Salut d'Amour.
Cherry has brought her club members to perform at the Dialysis Center at the hospital since last fall. The children enjoyed their music greatly. This time, the hospital invited Cherry to perform for all their patients and families. Her cheerful and sensational playing made the audience feel great about the spring is coming. They temporarily forgot their sickness and sorrow. Some parents were very grateful for Cherry’s music because their children could not leave their rooms but could hear from their beds. The music of the heart is a source of healing power which can create a positive impact on people.