Welcoming back the O2 Silver Clef Awards 2022

Since 1976, the O2 Silver Clef Awards have raised over £11 million for Nordoff Robbins. On 1st July 2022, we come together once more to celebrate and honour some of the greatest names in music. All whilst raising funds for our vital work in music therapy.

Our 2022 O2 Silver Clef Award Winners

A very special auction of George Michael's personal Bechstein piano

At our 2022 O2 Silver Clef Awards, we have the immense privilege of hosting the auction of pop icon George Michael’s piano.

The Bechstein Grand piano, which George fell in love with and bought, stood in his home in London for many years. It has been generously donated to us by George Michael’s Estate, and continues his renowned charitable legacy and support of Nordoff Robbins.

This special auction will also be live-streamed at 2pm on Friday 1st July for online audiences around the world.

Our Impact

We work hard to bring the benefits of music therapy to as many people as possible. Here’s what we achieved in 2019:

270+ Organisations across the UK had a Nordoff Robbins music therapist on site, including:
  • Mainstream & SEN Schools
  • Care Homes
  • NHS Hospitals
  • Mental Health Services
  • Neuro-Rehab Centres
  • Hospices
11,954 vulnerable people reached 44,952 music therapy sessions held
13 Regional hubs providing free therapy sessions across the UK
92% of people who had music therapy with us said it improved their quality of life
96% of people who had music therapy with us said it improved their communication skills
7,692 more sessions than in 2018
69% of our total workforce are music therapists - demonstrating our commitment to resourcing our frontline services

Liz and Ava

“The online choir’s been such a gift to us during lockdown; it’s brought this new virtual world of music to our living room and helped us connect to the world outside while we’re home with shielding Ava”

-Liz, Ava’s Mum

Watch Liz and Ava, along with other members of our Online Choir sing along with our music therapist Emily

Help People like Ava

and many others whose lives are limited by illness, isolation or disability.

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