Today, 19 October 2018, Nordoff Robbins students, staff and family celebrated as ten students from of our Master of Music Therapy programme and one student from our PhD programme graduated at a ceremony hosted in the Nordoff Robbins London Centre.

I finished my training at NR London in July 2008 and returned to Lyon in France to be with my family again. Through the international department of St. Christopher’s Hospice in South London I was lucky enough to find the name of a doctor who directs a palliative care unit in Lyon, and who was looking for a NR trained music therapist. On my first meeting with her she offered me a half day a week for music therapy in her service, which quickly increased to two half days a week.

DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO TEST YOUR MUSIC METAL - 

Our legendary Nordoff Robbins Pop Quiz, sponsored by Integro Insurance Brokers Ltd, returns for its 29th year in November, this time with a fresh 90's-tastic feel and hosted by BBC Radio 1 The Official Chart host, Clara Amfo.

There are still some places for teams of 6 to join us for a night of networking and a quiz that truly will separate the wheat from the chaff of music nerds. 

Stars from the world of sport and entertainment celebrated Frank Lampard’s induction into the Legends of Football Hall of Fame on 8 October 2018, during an incredible evening that saw over £500,000 raised for Nordoff Robbins.

The event, hosted by Legends of Football Chairman Geoff Shreeves and Hayley McQueen, honoured the career of former England and Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard, and brought together the worlds of football and music.

The Woman’s Hour 2018 Power List celebrates the Top 40 most successful women having an impact on music: the women having power in the industry, who are innovators and ground-breakers supporting and championing the work of other women, or changing the industry from within – to make it more equal, diverse and creative.

Nordoff Robbins Scotland Directors Janet Halton and Mary Brown blog about the merger with Nordoff Robbins:

2018 has been a huge year for Nordoff Robbins Scotland, as we have been working towards joining forces with Nordoff Robbins, and we are excited that this partnership is finally coming to fruition. We are looking forward to getting to know all of our new colleagues in the weeks and months ahead!

Our Chief Executive, Julie Whelan, writes about the merger of Nordoff Robbins and sister organisation Nordoff Robbins Scotland:

Today marks a momentous time for us as we join forces officially with Nordoff Robbins Scotland and merge into one charity with a shared primary goal – to deliver high quality Nordoff Robbins music therapy to all who need it.

Nordoff Robbins and sister organisation Nordoff Robbins Scotland have taken a significant step as they announce a major development – a merger, which will see the two organisations come together to form a single UK wide Nordoff Robbins charity.

We have recieved $50,000 from the social app 'Vero', and singer, Jorja Smith, after she was recognised with a GQ award which was accompanied by a donation to a charity of her choice.

At the 21st Men of the Year Awards Ceremony on September 5th, GQ and next-gen social network, Vero, introduced a new award - the Vero Breakthrough Solo Artist of the Year Award - which was presented to Jorja Smith. 

Celebrating its iconic 20th year in 2018, the SSE Scottish Music Awards will once again bring the best of Scotland’s world-renowned music industry together for one epic night of festivities. Set to be bigger and better than ever before, the event will take place in Glasgow’s SEC, on Saturday 1st December. Selling out year after year, 2018’s anniversary special will see 800 guests experience an evening of spectacular entertainment including intimate live performances from some of Scotland’s most established acts, as well as celebrating the country’s vibrant emerging artists.

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