Harp Music as a Theraputic Agent

Working in nursing homes, hospitals, hospices and specialist care centres

to improve mood and increase opportunities for adults and children with illness or disability;

using communication, care and creativity.

Live music can improve the quality of life for elderly people and there is evidence that music reduces agitation, anxiety and apathy people with dementia

Communicating and relating with words can be a struggle whereas the language of music connects and motivates

" Where Words Fail

Music Speaks"

Hans Christian Anderson


Using the powerful and universal language of music to help improve physical and mental health. It has been practiced throughout the world for centuries and still holds up to the scrutiny of modern medicine today

Southampton General Hospital

With the Fantastic Team on the Intensive Therapy Unit

Eastbourne District Hospital


Margaret is very proud to be a Musician for the Charity                 

Music in Hospitals and Care

           and she travels extensively acround the UK giving concerts in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, day centres and at specialist care facilites

for patients with severe disabilites, brain injuries and locked in syndrome.