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Thu, Jan 31 12:53pm · Music is Good Medicine | Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine Student Recital in Center for Humanities in Medicine

Please join us for a special recital featuring the amazing talents of Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine students in vocal and instrumental pieces.

Music is Good Medicine Student Recital

Thu, Jan 10 10:48am · Bring the Sing tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. | Rochester MN in Center for Humanities in Medicine

Bring the Sing
When: 1-4 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019
Where: Lourdes High School Fine Arts Auditorium (2800 19th St. NW, Rochester, MN 55901)

Bring the Sing returns to Rochester on Jan. 20 for a special tribute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Bring your voice and join us in remembering and celebrating King’s legacy through song.

Choral-singing and music-reading experience are not required. Voices of all abilities are welcome to this free community event, where conductor Joe Osowski and special guests will lead everyone in song.

Questions? E-mail bringthesing@mpr.org.

Thu, Jan 10 9:23am · Using the Art of Medicine to Overcome Fear of Surgery in Center for Humanities in Medicine

For years, artist Jennifer Hunter harbored an intense fear of surgery and lived with chronic pain. When the pain became debilitating, she decided to find a way to use her art to manage her anxiety.

Read Jennifer’s story here.

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Tue, Jan 8 1:53pm · The Civics' Open Audition Call - January 14 & 15 in Center for Humanities in Medicine

Auditions for Jesus Christ Superstar – January 14 & 15 @ 6-9pm

Open Audition Call

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR can be that community art moment which champions diversity and inclusivity!

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Fri, Jan 4 6:44pm · Commentary: When Loneliness Is An Emergency in Center for Humanities in Medicine

Commentary: When Loneliness Is An Emergency

An emergency physician on what happens when a patient's anguish exceeds his capacity to help. (Brandon Holmes/Unsplash)

Editor’s note: A slightly different version of this piece was originally posted in Vital, a health humanities magazine