The West London Music Festival

The West London Music Festival, which took place on 13 July, was a brilliant success – with an eclectic range of artists coming together to celebrate music and raise awareness of Nordoff Robbins and music therapy.

Our Head of Research Dr Neta Spiro has, along with Michael Schober, conducted research that explored how audience members and improvisers can view a performance in different ways, and we wanted to share this with you.

Over to Neta!

Are you in London and free on Thursday? You'll definitely want to be getting your hands on a ticket to the West London Music Festival!

Taking place from 7pm on 13 July at Bush Hall in Shepherd’s Bush, it's looking to be a great event, organised by the wonderful singer/songwriter Purdy.

We asked Purdy for a few words about how she came to organise the night in support of Nordoff Robbins.

Presenting the Evidence: The up-to-date guide for music therapists responding to the demands of clinical effectiveness and evidence-based practice

The open access book Presenting the Evidence: The up-to-date guide for music therapists responding to the demands of clinical effectiveness and evidence-based practice by Nordoff Robbins Researchers Mercédès Pavlicevic, Gary Ansdell, Simon Procter & Sarah Hickey from 2009 is in four parts. 

Get Loud 2017

In association with our campaign sponsor SSE and campaign partners Ticketmaster and Caffè Nero

Get Loud, Nordoff Robbins' national awareness day, took place on 13 September 2017, when we used the power of music to raise awareness of our life-changing music therapy services. 

Football and Fundraising

What do you get if you combine five teams of supporters, a world-class referee and a Premier League football pitch? You get the first ever Nordoff Robbins Cup!

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