Anthony Hyatt

Violinist and Artist in Residence
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, the Smith Center for Healing and the Arts

Anthony Hyatt is a master teaching artist and medical musician working in partnership with many Washington DC area health and human service organizations. He is an artist in residence for the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and in the Smith Center for Healing and the Arts’ program partnership with Virginia’s Inova Health System. He is a violinist who plays music of many genres and is a student of improvisation practices who believes that The Art of Presence promotes the emergence of healing experiences. For 22 years Anthony was co-director of the Arts For The Aging Quicksilver senior citizen improv dance company. He served as a master trainer for the National Center for Creative Aging and is a presenter at international creativity conferences around the globe. Anthony has had an article, “Creative Aging with Quicksilver”, published in the UK based Creativity & Human Development Journal and now is working on a book about his Arts in Healthcare experiences. He does additional consulting and facilitation work through his own organization