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Menuhin Competition violinists perform with Live Music Now at UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre

Patients were moved to tears as eleven young violinists in town for the Menuhin Competition performed with Live Music Now at UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre on the 12th and 13th of April 2016.

“We’re here with our grandson for his treatment so we don’t know how long we have to wait. We were just saying how lovely it is to have the music – so relaxing.  It can be very tense here while you’re waiting. They are very talented.  A lovely idea.” 

Menuhin founded Live Music Now in 1977, training and supporting young musicians to perform to for those in society for whom music could make a real difference.

“It is a source of joy to me that, even in these troubled and materialistic times, so many wonderful young musicians are inspired to use their gifts and accomplishments, not for their own glorification merely, but to communicate with others.” Yehudi Menuhin.
Live Music Now Musicians
12 April: Jessie Grimes (clarinet) and Charis Hanning (piano) of Jacquin Trio
13 April: Rachel Wick (harp)
Menuhin Competition Violinists

 

Top photo: Menuhin Competition violinist Mahiru Moryama
Bottom photo: Menuhin Comeptition violinist Mathilde Milwidsky
Photo credit: Ivan Gonzalez

For more on Live Music Now’s Menuhin Centenary plans, visit www.livemusicnow.org.uk/menuhin100

For more photos of the UCH performances, please click here.