Wellness through Music and Song

Glenn Harris
September 16, 2016

Radial Grooves is a co-ed a cappella group that includes students from the schools of medicine, nursing, and audiology, as well as house staff at the hospital. We meet weekly to rehearse and have several concerts throughout the year. We have previously sung at a range of events, such as local retirement shows, talent shows, and parent’s weekend. Our largest performance is at Cadaver Ball. In addition, during the holidays, we sing to patients and staff in the hospital.

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Radial Grooves is a great way to experience wellness at the School of Medicine.

For an hour a week, you step away from anatomy and physiology and instead dive into the joys of music and song. It’s revitalizing and helps many of our members maintain high spirits. Plus, it’s a ton of fun to sing with your classmates, and with students from other schools!

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No experience is necessary to join Radial Grooves. Initial experience levels range from “none” to “former music teacher,” and everything in between. We welcome anyone and everyone who wants to sing to join us!