Helen Brunner in her studio in 1974. The child on the pedestal is Isaac Stern’s grandson, Nathaniel.  Photo: Enid Wood and Melanie White

What are you most looking forward to in April’s gala event?

"The miracle of thousands of children playing together from all over Europe - from Iceland to Vietnam, from Argentina to Zimbabwe, is astonishing, and I always look forward to concerts like this. It demonstrates Suzuki philosophy in action so beautifully. I never get over the joy of listening to the music of our universal Suzuki repertoire, however, this time we have commissioned something new, from Timothy Murray: a transcription of Greensleeves for all players. I can’t wait to hear his version of this great British icon.

But it is also true to say that the final Twinkle always makes me cry."

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The British Suzuki Music Association Gala Concert will be held in London’s Royal Albert Hall on 9 April 2023. Find out more and get your ticket here.

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