Center for Humanities in Medicine

The Center for Humanities in Medicine supports Mayo Clinic’s primary value, the needs of the patient come first, by integrating the arts and other expressions of human culture into the healing environment.

The Center engages interconnected communities of patients, families, staff, learners, and the public to promote the artful and compassionate delivery of healthcare. Humanities in Medicine activities are open to Mayo Clinic patients, staff, visitors and community members and are made possible by the generous donations of grateful benefactors.

Jul 18, 2018

Join Us for Music at Mayo Featuring Lewis Lipnick and Friends: A Reprise

By Sarah Mensink, @samensink

Celebrating Music at Mayo Featuring Lewis Lipnick and Friends


Please join us for "Celebrating Music at Mayo Featuring Lewis Lipnick and Friends: A Reprise.

  • August 16, 2018
  • 7:00PM, Landow Atrium, Gonda Building


You won’t want to miss the world premieres of “Ethereal”, “La Escueta”, “Tango for Two”, and “Dr. Tango Concerto”, composed exclusively for this concert by world renowned Argentinian composer Noelia Escalzo.

The ensemble of musicians performing with Mr. Lipnick include Mayo Clinic employees J. Michael Bostwick, M.D. (clarinet), Psychiatry; Mimi Tung (piano), Development; Allen Bishop, M.D. (oboe), Orthopedic Surgery; Matt Schuelke (French horn), Graduate Student; Tiffany Strande (violin), Pulmonary Function Technician; as well as, Elizabeth William Gomoll (flute), flutist for the Rochester Symphony; and Rochester native Thomas Hiniker (heckelphone), founder and owner of Hiniker Woodwinds. The ensemble will be conducted by Jere Lantz, President/CEO and Artistic Director of Rochester Symphony



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