Noro Music Therapy
Noro Music Therapy (previously known as Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Australia) is a charitable organisation that promotes and develops the understanding, training and practice of creative music therapy. This therapy builds quality of life for those with intellectual and physical disability by giving an outlet of expression, improving speech and motor skills, and offering social interaction.
As a major Noro Music Therapy supporter we facilitate:
Vanda & Young Global Songwriting Competition
This prestigous competition's $50 entry fee goes to Noro Music Therapy. More than $1.4 million has been raised since the competition began in 2009.
Songwriters, read about how to enter the competition.
Art of Music
Art of Music auctions artworks by leading Australian artists that are inspired by songs. We've bought artworks from these auctions including Ben Quilty's portrait of Silverchair's Daniel Johns. Funds raised from the auction support the work of Noro Music Therapy.