The Music Industry Trusts Award has established itself as one of the true benchmarks of achievement and generosity in the British music business, bestowing the respect of peers upon its recipients, while benefiting the good causes that have the industry’s loyalty. 2017 marked the 26th year in which the award has been presented, the recipient of this prestigious Award was Rob Stringer, CEO of Sony Music Entertainment worldwide, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the music industry. 

Our Boxing Dinner is a fun, relaxed evening and includes a champagne reception, entertainment, three course dinner with wine and some first class championship boxing featuring undercard matches and a Title Fight – all of which will be filmed for broadcast on BoxNation TV.


Date: Monday 19th November 2018
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Park Lane
Price: on request

We all love a good summer clear out!

But wait! Before you wave goodbye to bin liners full of clothes, crockery and CDs that you haven’t used in well over a decade, have a scan to see if any hidden gems might be able to change someone’s life through music.

We're proud to deliver music therapy in partnership with a range of organisations across the UK including schools like Highfield School in West Yorkshire. Our music therapist Seb explains why music therapy means to Tom.

Tom is 16. Like many teenagers, he loves to sing and dance. He has a beaming smile, he’s shy but open and friendly and particularly loves music from the 60s and 70s.  

We're proud to be supported by The Songwriting Academy and their search for the UK's greatest unsigned songwriter through the inaugaral UK Unsigned Songwriter of the Year 2016. Think you have what it takes?

Multi-platinum songwriter, producer and songwriting coach Martin Sutton shares his tips on how to write a great song to help inspire you!

When you work for a charity like Nordoff Robbins, you get to see incredible successes every single day.

2016 has been a terrific year for Nordoff Robbins and it just got that little bit better!

We’re proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Charity of the Year Award at The Charity Times Awards 2016.

The Etape du Tour is the closest an amateur cyclist can get to competing in the world’s greatest bike race, the Tour de France.

Each year a stage of The Tour is selected and 15,000 amateur riders are invited to compete on exactly the same route ridden by the professional. The Etape is always a high mountain stage and this year’s route snaked across the Alps from Megeve to Morzine, climbing three mountains on way – the Aravis, Colombiere and Joux Plane.