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. 


Nordoff Robbins are proud to announce that Karen Ann Allchurch, People Director for Arsenal Football Club has been appointed as a Board member and Trustee for the charity.

Karen Ann has been with Arsenal since 2010 and has built and manages a team of HR, Learning and Development and Safeguarding professionals.  Karen Ann is commercially astute with a demonstrable track record of success in formulating and delivering the club’s diverse people strategy across a global operation. 

Launched by the Songwriting Academy, the ' UK Unsigned Songwriter of the Year 2016' competition which raised money for Nordoff Robbins, has announced its winner.  

Nordoff Robbins are thrilled to announce an exclusive charity partnership with ‘SMITHS’ of Smithfield, the Grade II listed four-floor venue in the heart of Smithfield Market.

In the first year of the partnership, ‘SMITHS’ has set a contribution target of £50,000 which will be achieved through a variety of fundraising activities and charity evenings, including a dedicated Pop Quiz night in early 2017. Additionally, a 30p donation will be made by ‘SMITHS’ to every Breakfast Number 1 – the best-selling item on the menu - sold in the Ground Floor Café.

Are you an enthusiastic outgoing person with a passion for music? If so, Nordoff Robbins needs you!

Volunteering for charity is a fun and worthwhile experience and by donating your time you will be directly helping us to provide music therapy to vulnerable children and adults across the country while also meeting new people and learning new skills.

So get involved now!

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, on Sunday 30 July, starts in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey's stunning countryside.

With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world's best cyclists, it's a truly spectacular event for cyclists and spectators.

Join our team and raise money to help the change lives through music.

Nordoff Robbins is proud to announce that we will be benefitting from an exciting series of intimate and unfogettable shows this December. Teaming up with ticketing app DICE, The Camden Assembly is set to host a charity ticket lottery for the shows which will take place across a week, giving music fans the opportunity to see some of the UK’s biggest names whilst raising money for Nordoff Robbins.  

Bronwyn Tosh, one of our Nordoff Robbins music therapists based in South London, wrote this story about her experience working in a school for boys with special educational needs. Thanks to the generous support from the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation, we were able to introduce music therapy to ten new schools in Greater London.  Here, she offers an insight into how music therapy can have a huge and often unexpected impact on children and young people.

A Celebration of the Life and Music of Jack Bruce.

On Tuesday 25 October a host of legendary musicians will perform at a unique concert celebrating the life and music of the legendary musician Jack Bruce. Taking place at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, the date marks the two year anniversary since the passing of the hugely influential Cream bassist.

Strange Face is the story of a lost Nick Drake recording and how the man who found it chose to share it in an extraordinary way. That man and the book’s author is Michael Burdett, a composer for TV. He chose to support Nordoff Robbins through the project after seeing the positive effect music had on his Aunt who suffered with dementia;