Orchestrating a music career


indian violinist charts his journey by Gavin Fernandes It Is hard to believe that I am about to graduate from the London College of Music at the University ofWest London. If you had asked me at age nine, being a typical Mumbai boy, I would have said I was destined for maths or science. After all, my father was a professor of both subjects. But at 10, I was given a small violin and I came alive. Even so, the violin played second fiddle to my academic subjects. Let’s face it, Indians are taught from an early age that medicine,…

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