Updated: Aug 31
We were delighted to have been able to travel to The Ministry of Justice in London to deliver a
performance, on the 9th May, in the week leading up to Dementia Action Week. We performed in the atrium which was a spectacular space, but little did we know that its
acoustics would transform our voices into something truly magical.
To our delight, civil servants and MP’s were not mere observers at the musical gathering,
but fully embraced the ethos of The Memory Choir, and immersed themselves in the
experience, becoming active participants in our performance. Their presence added an
extra layer of depth and resonance to the event, fostering a genuine sense of connection
and shared humanity.
It served as a testament to the power of music and the inclusivity of our community, where
people living with dementia and their loved ones find solace, support and celebration.