12-Year-Old Plays Classical Music For NICU Babies

 

Here is a really sweet feel-good story to start off the new year with! This girl, Isabella, once stayed New York Presbyterian Komansky Children's Hospital about 12 years ago according to Inside Edition.

"After she was born 16 weeks premature, Isabella spent 12 weeks in the NICU, and partway through her stay, Dr. Jeffrey Perlman suggested her parents play her Mozart’s songs. Perlman explained he’s seen classical music sooth premature babies while they eat, sleep and grow."

So now 12 years later, has taken that advice, learned how to play classical music, and went back to the same NICU to play for the babies! Kind of a sweet way to give back! 

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