excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (81 words)

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I went to the Festival Hall in 1953 when I was 7 and fell in love with classical music. Shura Cherkassky was playing the piano and Sir Adrian Boult was the conductor. I had a wonderful view of the orchestra and was entranced by the music...it could have been Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No 1.



Since then, I have been to many, many performances and a few years ago took my, then teenage boys, to see The Nutcracker which, would you believe, they loved!

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