live music: changing lives

Get Loud, our national awareness day on 13 September, saw some of music’s top stars come together – including Jake Bugg, Level 42, Anne Marie, 67, Jackmaster with Ben UFO, and Youngr – to perform one-off shows in London, Manchester and Glasgow, raising funds and awareness for our life-changing music therapy services.

NE-YO gave his support to Get Loud, kindly donating free tickets to Nordoff Robbins supporters, therapists and beneficiaries from his gig at the O2 Apollo Manchester that evening.

Here's the details of our first policy round-table event.

A lot of people slow down over the winter. The cold weather leads to a comforting combination of duvet days and occassional overeating. But that's not true of everyone.

#Headphonechallenge: changing lives

Singing has proven health benefits and most of us will remember the words to our favourite songs. However, it can be scary to sing out loud - even in front of friends and family. We believe that everyone should have an opportunity to be heard and through music therapy we support those who struggle to find their voice. We are asking you to Get Loud and sing proudly to show your support.

Please raise your voice for Nordoff Robbins, by doing the #HeadphoneChallenge on social media.

Our latest research project takes an in-depth look at service evalutions.

We're pleased to announce that Pauline Etkin has accepted the role of President Emeritus of NR International

A look into the impact music therapy has on kidney patients

The Nordoff Robbins Summer School is a great way for music therapists from around the world to find out more about the Nordoff Robbins approach.

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