We have an exciting new opportunity for someone to join the corporate team here at Nordoff Robbins, the largest charitable provider of music therapy services in the UK. The person we are looking for is confident, enthusiastic, energetic and would like to work as part of a successful fundraising team.

We are looking for an office volunteer to support the corporate and community fundraising teams

We have an exciting new opportunity for someone to join the corporate team here at Nordoff Robbins, the largest charitable provider of music therapy services in the UK. The person we are looking for is confident, enthusiastic, energetic and would like to work as part of a successful fundraising team.

For Jamie, music therapy gave him the chance to process and express difficult feelings, following brain injury and the tragic death of his younger sister. 

In 2004, Jamie sustained a traumatic brain injury in a road traffic accident. Following three months in a coma, he began the long process of rehabilitation – re-learning how to walk and talk, and adjusting to living with the lasting effects of his injuries.

We are delighted to say that applications for the 2018 intake of Nordoff Robbins MMT courses in London and Newcastle are now open!

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

About the Course

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

In November this year, the UK’s first superchoir ‘Choirs with a Purpose’ launched their inaugural single, the beautiful ‘We All Stand Together’

Choirs with a purpose is a coming together of 12 choirs ‘with purpose’ from all across the UK, who in response to recent events which have threatened peace and unity in our communities, are collaborating on a crowd-funded album “all about hope in a time of uncertainty, division and conflict”.

Nordoff Robbins' annual carol service featured a host of very special guests, with readings from the ever-joyous Rory Bremner, Dame Eileen Atkins, Anna Maxwell Martin, David Gyasi and festive performances from Izzy Bizu, Esther Yoo and The British Collective.

A blog from Nordoff Robbins researcher, Katie Rose Sanfilippo:

This weekend, the London Centre was host to a major international conference organised by Nordoff Robbins in collaboration with SAME (Spirituality and Music Education). More than a hundred delegates arrived on Saturday morning from all over the world to present and share ideas about music, spirituality, therapy and education.

On 28 November, we were delighted to return to Parliament to host the second Nordoff Robbins roundtable, supported by the BPI.

The third running of the annual Nordoff Robbins Classical Quiz, held at The Phoenix, Cavendish Square in Central London, raised just over £4,000 for the music therapy charity. 

The event has now contributed close to £10,000 to Nordoff Robbins since it was first staged in 2015.

The quiz was won by the team from Presto Classical, who finished narrowly ahead of BBC Music Magazine (last year’s winners) and Gramophone, who tied for second place in a keenly contested quiz.

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