Care homes


As part of my work playing for hospital arts charities around London and the South East, I also perform concerts in care homes and have a specific repeteriore tailored for older audiences.

My care home sets combine popular classics from the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s along with light classical pieces and traditional sing alongs too.

You can hear some clips of some of songs I feature in care home concerts on the audio player below:

Care Home Medley

Performing at opening ceremony of the Anvil Court housing and care faciltity in Horley, Surrey
Performing a background harp set at the opening ceremony of the Anvil Court housing and care facility in Horley, Surrey


Here are some of the comments from care homes I have visted in the past.

“Wonderful – relaxing, beautiful. One lady said she had always liked the harp and was captivated from the very start to the very end.” Jean Saunders, Bradbury Centre – Shepperton, Surrey

Everybody absolutley loved it. Thank you so much for coming and we’d love to invite you back again” Sue Gyon, Woodcote Grove House – Coulsdon, Surrey

“Very interactive, encouraging and open to the residents preferences; Mark gave us a lovely performance and the feedback from all the residents was very postive.” Anita Tsneva, St Teresa Residential Home – Kensington, London

“The harp was very popular with our residents, everyone loved the performance and liked the variety of the songs.” Cynthia Harmer, Northlands House Nursing Home – Southampton

“A very beautiful presentation, all the residents and staff absolutley loved it.” Kay Khaton, Westport Care Centre – Bethnal Green, London


If you would like to find out more about what I do or would like enquire about making a booking please fill out of the contact form below.

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