Tickets for the performance are £25 each. These can be bought online HERE.

The National Orchestra For All (NOFA) challenges disadvantage through music and gives 11-18 year olds the life-changing experience of making music with others. Set up in 2011 and inspired by El Sistema’s vision of music as a vehicle for social transformation, NOFA is aimed at young people who are passionate about music but who, through no fault of their own, face barriers to musical progress and music-making. At NOFA, musical young people find a place they belong with a measurable impact on their confidence, self-esteem, resilience and life-satisfaction.



NOFA AND FRIENDS Performance at the Royal Academy of Music

Tuesday 15th April 2014

5.30pm - 7.00pm


For one evening only, the National Orchestra For All (NOFA) will be performing in the beautiful Duke's Hall at the Royal Academy of Music in London on Tuesday 15th April 2014 at 5.30pm - 7.00pm.


This unique performance, supported by Arts Council England, will be the culmination of a two-day NOFA-led orchestral project exploring connections between classical music and jazz and celebrating musical diversity.  In another extraordinary opportunity for young people to collaborate in ensemble music-making, NOFA players from across England will be joined by jazz collective Tomorrow's Warriors, Kuumba Youth Music, and the Junior Department of the Royal Academy of Music (JRAM). They will also be joined in performance by players from the Academy of St Martin in the Fields (ASMF).

For further information about the performance or the ticketing process please email or call us on 0207 226 3564.

The National Orchestra for All

c/o Highbury Grove School

8 Highbury Grove

London N5 2EQ


T: 0207 226 3564


National Orchestra For All is a registered charity under the name Orchestras For All Charity Registration No. 1150438