Scottish Music Awards

The Specsavers Scottish music awards will return in 2020 as a virtual event for the first time ever, raising vital funds for Nordoff Robbins music therapy charity and celebrating the biggest and best names in Scottish music, in a year like no other.

Event Details

For the past 21 years, the Specsavers Scottish Music Awards have honoured some of the country’s biggest international stars from Annie Lennox to Susan Boyle, whilst celebrating Scotland’s best up and coming talent including breakthrough awards for the likes of Be Charlotte, Tom Walker and Lewis Capaldi, all to raise funds for the UK’s largest independent music therapy charity. Like many other charities, Nordoff Robbins have been severely impacted by Covid-19. As well as the O2 Silver Clef Awards, most of their fundraising events and activities have had to be cancelled or postponed this year – meaning they are currently expected to lose around 75% of fundraising income in 2020, contributing to an anticipated shortfall in revenue of £6million, all whilst still trying to provide music therapy to the people who need it most.


28 November 2020




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