Mrs Clements @ House of Lords
On Monday, 9th October Mrs. Clements went for tea at the House of Lords with the Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne.
Mrs. Clements was invited due to her “inspiring work that she does to raise the profile of music for children,” explained Michael Bochman who is the Director of Water City Music and good friend of the Baroness. As an Ambassador of Water City Music, Mrs. Clements is the conductor of a mass choir which combines the KenSINGton Choir with several other London schools and performs yearly at the Tower of London.
“It was wonderful to meet such an enthusiastic supporter of music and share ideas in Westminster!” said Mrs. Clements. “I have got a bunch of ideas for our school choir and discussed some of my ideas for the mass choir. I am just so grateful that Kensington primary has given me the opportunity to lead music because it has led to so many wonderful experiences for the children and myself!”