Here's where we are making music in 2017.

Great ormond StReet Hospital For Children, London

Pulse Arts Musicians Joe and David have been delivering Music In Healthcare practice at Great Ormond Street since November 2014 as part of GOSH Arts, the innovative and award winning arts programme based at the hospital.

We have worked across many areas of the hospital including outpatients, intensive care units and pre and post surgical wards. We are currently delivering monthly evening Lullaby Sessions. 

“I have witnessed and enjoyed the music by the two musicians playing in the blood waiting room and across the department. Children often join in and the music has a positive impact on everyone in the area.”
— Zoe Wilks, Lead Nurse, Neurosciences and Outpatients, Great Ormond St Hospital

Broomfield Hospital, Essex

Pulse Arts are making music on the Children's Burns ward, as well as the ENT Outpatient ward, Phoenix Ward, Wizard surgical Ward, Children's A&E, NICU and the Intensive Care Unit. In 2016/17 Pulse Arts ran a successful pilot taking music onto adult and care of the elderly wards.

Our work at Broomfield Hospital is kindly funded by the Friends of Broomfield Hospital, Essex Music Education Hub and Youth Music.

I get more blood tests done in the same time when they are here. It creates a calm atmosphere for the patients. I’d like to be able to book them every week, people appreciate it so much.
— NHS Phlebotomist, Broomfield Hospital


Evelina London Children's Hospital, London

Pulse Arts has been delivering regular sessions at the Evelina since February 2016. We are thrilled to work in close partnership with the Breathe Arts Programme, who do so much work to enrich the hospital environment at Guy's and St Thomas'. We are working on Mountain and Savannah Wards, NICU, PICU and the Pediatric Dentistry Ward. 

Our current project at Evelina London is funded by Youth Music and Breathe AHR. We are 

‘Pulse Arts played for my incubated and ventilated patient on PICU. She had been finding it hard to be awake and settled, however when being played music she was calm and mesmerised by the music. Thank you!’
— Nurse, Evelina London PICU