Nordoff Robbins, a specialist music charity, will honour Michael Bublé with the Raymond Weil International Award at the 2012 O2 Silver Clef Awards on June 29
Nordoff Robbins provides music therapy services to 100 organisations across the UK, amounting to over 50,000 music therapy sessions every year. They help to enhance the lives of people who they work with and their loved ones through music therapy. The annual Nordoff Robbins Silver Clef Awards acts as the main fundraising platform for Nordoff Robbins..
Bublé said about his award: “I’ve known about Nordoff Robbins for a long, long time, and I know what amazing work they do, so for me to be honoured by them is something really special. Thanks so much for this, I’m thrilled to accept it and am sorry I can’t be with you in person, I know it’ll be a wonderful afternoon”.
He joins the likes of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jessie J and Laura Wright, who have already been awarded for 2012. And since it's inception in 1976, the The Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards has attracted celebrity support including The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Tom Jones, and Status Quo.