A group of UNO musicians brought the healing powers of music to kids Wednesday. A string quartet played at the Children's Hospital main lobby during lunch.
Children, staff and parents all stopped by to listen.
The concert is part of a voluntary service learning program. The goal is to make others realize that differences can be made in ways you'd least expect.
UNO’s Samantha Perkins said, "It's just like the window washers that come here and they dress up like Superheros. It's this is my superpower, playing music and to help kind of cheer everybody up, tell everybody, you know, everything will be okay."
Performances will run from through December. They'll take place at both Children's and Bergan Mercy hospitals.