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Grammy-nominated director Nicolas Davies takes the reigns at the Royal Albert Hall in the final instalment of the Nordoff Robbins ‘We Are Listening’ campaign.

Following up on Romano’s ‘We Are Listening’ episode, part 1 – ‘Therapy for Good’ – the music therapy patient has taken to the Royal Albert Hall stage along with Grammy-nominated director Nicolas Davies.


Also joining Romano are the House Gospel Choir, Nordoff Robbins’ choir, and Gorillaz pianist, Mike Smith, performing their rendition of Sam Smith’s Disclosure collaboration, “Latch”.

Romano, who is autistic, has been attending music therapy sessions since the age of 5. The sessions have been invaluable for his emotional, physical, and social development.


As well as being a globally renowned music venue, the Royal Albert Hall has been in partnership with the Nordoff Robbins for 5 years. The music therapy charity has been able to use its world-class facilities for sessions, helping people of all ages through recovery from mental health challenges, neurological conditions, different learning needs, and differences in physical ability.


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