This Pancake Day, head to King’s Cross where you can take part in the very first ever Granary Square Brasserie Pancake Day race - All in aid of Nordoff Robbins!

You are invited to run around the pancake flipping course in Granary Square - and as an additional warming treat, hot chocolate will be served to race participants and spectators alike. 

It costs £10 to take part, with the proceeds from this going to support our incredible music therapy work. 

We are delighted to announce that, this year's recipient of the Nordoff Robbins Legends of Football Award will be former West Ham United, Chelsea and Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard.

Frank's glittering career has seen three league titles, 609 top-flight appearances and 177 goals, and he is rightly recognised as one of the all-time great Premier League players.

He will join Sir Stanley Matthews, Sir Bobby Robson, Kenny Dalglish and last year's recipient Steven Gerrardin receiving one of football's greatest honours.

The ability of music to deeply transform and enrich people’s lives is widely known, but not always well understood.

The Research Team here at Nordoff Robbins works hard to build and develop that understanding, conducting research into the specific benefits and powerful impacts of music therapists who work everyday with the most vulnerable and isolated members of society, and also ensuring that our music therapy theory and best practice are based on the latest and best evidence about how music can affect people's lives.


We are a dynamic, ambitious and growing charity with around 90 employees and income in the region of £5.3m per annum.

The Nordoff Robbins Charity Cup is here!

We’d love you to join us on 16 May at Selhurst Park, the home of Crystal Palace FC, for an epic 6-a-side football tournament - all to raise money for Nordoff Robbins.

As the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, we respond to today’s report on a study conducted by the International Longevity Centre thinktank and the Utley Foundation calling for more funding for music therapy in dementia care.
Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant

Part Time: 3 days per week

Salary: £12,396 including London Weighting (FTE £19,160 plus £1,500 London Weighting)

Location: London

The research team at Nordoff Robbins are looking for a Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant, at the London Centre, to contribute to service evaluation and impact assessment activities. 

The deadline is approaching to join the Nordoff Robbins Masters of Music Therapy courses running in London and Newcastle from September 2018.

(Newcastle intake is subject to validation from the HCPC and validation from Goldsmiths University)


The Master of Music Therapy (Nordoff Robbins): Music, Health, Society is an internationally renowned Masters level programme, validated by Goldsmiths, University of London. 

We are delighted to announce today that Nordoff Robbins is one of The O2's three charities of choice for 2018.

Along with the BRIT School and mental health research charity MQ, Nordoff Robbins is looking forward to support from The O2 including fundraising, awareness raising and volunteers.

John Langford, VP and General Manager of The O2 said: “ Music is at the heart of our organisation so we are proud to be working with The BRIT School and Nordoff Robbins which are charities close to our hearts.”

Music therapy meant June was no longer defined by her Dementia, but by everything that made her the person that she used to be...

June had an eventful and colorful life. An evacuee during the war having to flee her home in London, she went on to become a professional cabaret singer and model in her 20’s. A keen dancer , June studied Flamenco dancing and this love for dance lasted for 27 years; June would take to the stage, castanets in hand and dance the fandango with passion.