Grigori, also known as Sankt Grigori of the Wood, is the patron saint of doctors and musicians.
Once the son of a nobleman fell ill, and although many doctors treated him he was not getting better. The mother of the boy, worried, sent for Grigori.
At the time Grigori was known as a healer and teacher who lived in a cave in the mountains nearby. After Grigori saw the boy he began to feel better within a couple of days.
The nobleman was grateful but the doctors and the people close to the nobleman were not and started speaking of Grigori messing with black magic. The nobleman couldn't ignore the charges and they left Grigori in the wood at night so the beasts would devour him but he pleaded to the Saints and made a lyre from bones to calm the beasts.
The next morning, everyone saw Grigori was alive and well, and they saw it as confirmation he was practicing black magic. They left him in the wood once more. This time they bound his hands so he could not play the lyre so the beasts devoured him.