High Five: A Piece of Quiet

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

A Piece of Quiet pairs heartwarming music with the inspirational stories of young children ­ - both sick and well.

The Hush concept was developed by Dr. Catherine Crock as a way to reduce the stress and anxiety felt by both patients and their families in hospitals. 

A Piece of Quiet is the 16th Hush release and brings singer-songwriter Lior, vocal quartet The Idea of North, and renowned composer/pianist Elena Kats-Chernin together to create a stunning musical backdrop to the feelings, hopes and dreams of Australian children.

It's an album of beauty, inspiration and hope and gets our High Five this week!

TOUR DATES

Tues 15 Nov - Sydney Recital Hall

Thu 24 Nov - Melbourne Recital Hall

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