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We were honoured that tonight's concert was in aid of Dementia Club UK. The theme tonight was music from around the world, the music started in the UK, went across Europe, ended in Australia and came back to the UK via the Americas.

The concert was held in St Andrews Church, Southgate. We were introduced to the different clarinets some of which were very rare. Adele played a solo in "Waltzing Soprilda" with an 'Ab Clarinet' which is the smallest Clarinet in existence and might be the only one in the UK today. The largest instrument was Craig's Contra Bass Clarinet which was capable of playing the very low deep notes.

The ICC can be contacted at the following websites:

http://www.ionianclarinetchoir.co.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/ionianclarinetchoir

Ian Rogers conducting the Ionian Clarinet Choir at St Andrews Church
Ian Rogers conducting the Ionian Clarinet Choir at St Andrews Church
Lisa Rutter Chairman of Dementia Club UK thanking the ICC for the concert
Lisa Rutter Chairman of Dementia Club UK thanking the ICC for the concert