Charlotte Bailey, a music therapist working predominantly in palliative care settings in the North West of England and North Wales, represented Nordoff Robbins at the All Wales Palliative Care Conference on 17th November.

Dr Simon Procter, Director of Music Services at Nordoff Robbins, describes how we work with young people facing cancer.

A research article on music therapy and spirituality has been published by Giorgos Tsiris drawing from his doctoral research at Nordoff Robbins.

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! Help us to collect and get tickets to see an amazing concert.

The brilliant Young Voices are holding a series of concerts in January and February next year in London, Sheffield, Birmingham and Manchester in aid of Nordoff Robbins and we need enthusiastic volunteers to bucket collect after the events. All volunteers will be given tickets to watch these amazing performances.

meet evie

Meet 17 year-old Evie, she was diagnosed with cancer in 2016.
 
See how Nordoff Robbins has helped Evie find her voice again.

Are you looking for a fun way to see the greatest city on earth? Look no further - Nightrider is the perfect night out and a fun and quirky way to explore the city...on yer bike!

10-11th June 2017

Ride through the night from the Olympic Park in East London via either a 50 or 100km route, taking in London's top sights, latest attractions and famous landmarks whilst also changing lives through music with Nordoff Robbins. 

The UK Beatbox Championships is one of the most prestigious and unique events in the British underground music calendar and we are delighted to be their chosen charity for the second year running.

Since 2005 the historic annual all-day event - part competition, part live show - has evolved into a jaw dropping, electrifying opportunity to see UK’s premier vocal artists and cutting edge artists push the boundaries of the human anatomy.

The Good Estate Agency is holding their second annual event in aid of Nordoff Robbins at Gusto Manchester on Thursday 17 November. This fabulous event will include an exclusive three course dinner and the unveiling of 12 original oil paintings incorporating some of Manchester’s most iconic buildings by acclaimed artist Angela Wakefield.

Roger Daltrey CBE, founding member of The Who, solo artist and tireless Teenage Cancer Trust Patron, was honoured last night with the Music Industry Trusts Award (MITS) as the event celebrated 25 years of raising money and supporting Nordoff Robbins and the BRIT Trust. 

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