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Princess Alexandra hosts a concert at Buckingham Palace to unite people through music

Princess Alexandra hosted a concert at Buckingham Palace on Monday to uniting people through the power of music.

The Queen’s cousin held the event to bring together four organisations of which she is Patron of.

The 81-year-old Princess is Patron of the Alzheimer’s Society, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Choir and Music for Life at Wigmore Hall.

These four organisations came together in the Ballroom of Buckingham Palace to recognise the powerful role that music can have in enriching lives, especially to those who have dementia.

Princess Alexandra meeting guests in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace (Photo Credit: @RoyalFamily)

Her Royal Highness has been Patron of the Alzheimer’s Society since 1990. The charity aims to improve care and create lasting change for those who are affected by dementia.

Music for Life at Wigmore Hall is another organisation which Princess Alexandra is Patron of. This project is a therapeutic workshop for people with Alzheimer’s disease.

Before the performances got underway in the Ballroom, HRH met guests in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace.

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