September update from Nordoff Robbins

  Free online musical learning with FutureLearn  
There are two courses available, one focusing on learning more about music therapy and Nordoff Robbins, the other using music in a care setting. Amongst many other benefits, these free online courses could help you learn musical skills, understand the benefits of music and help the people you work with through using music.     Find out more about the online courses    
The Specsavers Scottish Music Awards returns in November
 

The Specsavers Scottish Music Awards returns on Saturday 13 November with performances from The Fratellis, Nathan Evans and Nina Nesbitt, live from Glasgow’s famous Barrowland.

And even if you’re not in Scotland, you can see some of Scotland’s finest musical talent and watch it live right from your home.     Find out how you can watch the SMAs    

Brand new epsisodes of our podcast out now  


Presented by DJ Chris Hawkins and music therapist, Louise GreggThree Track Therapy is all about the power of music.

With stars such as Frank Turner, Colette Cooper and more, each episode sees a different musician open up about the importance of music and the three tracks that have had the biggest influence on their life.     Listen to the latest episode today     Open evening for our Master’s this Thursday (30 September)  

If you’ve ever thought about a career in music therapy, or know someone who is interested, our open evenings are a great way to find out more and ask questions about the Master of Music Therapy programme, or the Sony Music Bursary.    Sign up to the online open evening    

On Stage at Home Live! is back for three online sessions  


On Stage at Home Live! is back for three more online musical sessions on Monday 11 October, Monday 18 October and Monday 25 October. And not only will music therapist, Emily, Tiny and Small Clanger be involved, but we have a very special guest coming along too. So if you have children under 5, or know someone that does, why not come along, sing, clap and make some music with us.   Find out more and sign up today    

Musical resources for your home  
We want to add musical value to your life, which is why we’ve created a suite of musical resources for you, your family or friends which are  inclusive and accessible to all. 

    Learn about our musical resources     As a charity we receive no government funding, so we rely on the generosity and support of people like you, our supporters. Here are a few ways you can help Nordoff Robbins and the people we help. Fund music for others – you can make a one-off donation or become a regular giver to Nordoff Robbins here. Share your music therapy stories – We would love to hear your stories of how music therapy has helped you or a somebody you know.

You can share your story here. Spread the word – We would love you to share our news with your friends and family and encourage them to sign up to our newsletter. We hope you stay safe and are looking after yourself.
The Nordoff Robbins team

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