Orchestras for All has a big vision: music without boundaries.
Our mission is to unlock access to the life-changing experience of ensemble music-making for young people with complex lives.
The National Orchestra for All works with 95 dedicated young musicians with complex lives from across the UK through a year-long season of events and residential courses.
Find out more about NOFA
The Modulo Programme supports schools and community groups to set up high quality accessible ensembles - bringing them all together to form pop-up symphony orchestras.
Learn more about Modulo
Conductors for Change works with music teachers at the start of their careers to give them the skills and confidence to set up, develop and lead an inclusive ensemble in their school.
Hear more about CFC
Musical Chairs is back! Join us on Saturday 29 January 2017 at Cecil Sharp House in Camden and take your place alongside one of our inspirational young members of the National Orchestra for All. Find out more and sign up today!
There are lots of ways you can help make sure we can keep making great music. Why not become a friend of OFA for just £5 a month?
Three of our inspirational young people talk to OFA about music, confidence and playing tubular bells in front of 3000 people. Read all about Charley, Deronne and Edward.
Congratulations to all the members of the National Orchestra for All for their hard work and dedication at the 2016 NOFA Summer Course in Leeds.
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To find out more about what OFA is up to and how you can get involved, join our mailing list and receive our quarterly OFA Newsletter and details of upcoming events.
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Orchestras for All is registered with the Charity Commission in England and Wales
Charity Registration Number 1150438
from £5 a month