CLIMB TO EVEREST BASE CAMP

7-25 MARCH 2018

Do you have a head for heights? Challenge yourself in one of the most spectacular trekking destinations in the world as you trek to the Base Camp of the highest point in the world. It is an incredible journey offering panoramic views across a magical landscape of snow-capped peaks and mighty glaciers. This is the challenge of a lifetime to the roof of the world. 

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Although shy, Kenneth, 18, has an open and friendly personality and loves dancing, singing and sixties and seventies music. Kenneth also has severe learning difficulties, and can struggle with concentration in lessons, finding it hard to stay focused.

It was through Kenneth’s love of music that he was referred to Nordoff Robbins music therapy, to help him engage and connect with others. Music therapist Seb works closely with Kenneth at Highfield School in Ossett, where they improvise together through music – playing on guitar, drums and creating songs together.

Rob Stringer, global CEO of Sony Music Entertainment, became the 2017 recipient of the highly prestigious Music Industry Trusts Award on Monday 6 November. Stringer, one of the most well-regarded, respected and successful executives in the worldwide music business, joined the ranks of previous honourees including Roger Daltrey CBE, Sir Elton John and Bernie Taupin, Sir George Martin, Simon Cowell, Michael Eavis CBE and Annie Lennox OBE.

Although shy, Kenneth, 18, has an open and friendly personality and loves dancing, singing and sixties and seventies music. Kenneth also has severe learning difficulties, and can struggle with concentration in lessons, finding it hard to stay focused.

It was through Kenneth’s love of music that he was referred to Nordoff Robbins music therapy, to help him engage and connect with others. Music therapist Seb works closely with Kenneth at Highfield School in Ossett, where they improvise together through music – playing on guitar, drums and creating songs together.

Kaiser Chiefs’ Ricky Wilson and Nick ‘Peanut’ Baines ceremonially broke ground at our new Newcastle music therapy centre on 1 November, supported by Nordoff Robbins ambassador Evie Whittaker.

The centre, at the former matron’s lodge at Newcastle’s Fleming Hospital, will be operational from April next year and will primarily help vulnerable children and young people from across the region, improving their wellbeing through skilled use of music.

On Sunday 3rd December,  Paradise London Live presents a unique two stage one day festival, "Paradise London Live X Omeara” at Omeara London in aid of Nordoff Robbins.

Talented emerging artists are coming together to present their unique talents on the Nordoff Robbins Stage.

WHAT IS MUSIC THERAPY? – A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE NORDOFF ROBBINS APPROACH

This course, presented by experienced music therapists, gives an introduction to the Nordoff Robbins approach to music therapy. It will include information about music therapy and the Nordoff Robbins approach and examples of music therapy in action. The course is open to anyone interested in music therapy, catering for people with no previous knowledge and also for those with experience in related fields. 

We are delighted that Ava West, has joined forces with Nordoff Robbins as she launches her debut exhibition.

The exhibition, entitled Life Through Art, is a visceral exploration of West’s life experiences as she combines media with emotion to convey themes such as imperfection, judgment, instability, confusion, uniqueness, creativity and peace.

It's running at Gallery Different from 22 – 25 November.  All proceeds will be donated to Nordoff Robbins' work.

Over 25 people in Bournemouth’s refugee community are taking part in Nordoff Robbins music therapy sessions, in a six month pilot project using music to break down barriers and helping them find their voice. The pilot is the result of a new partnership between Nordoff Robbins and ICN. 

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