By Anna Shuttleworth,Tomas Sterner
Anna’s cello trip began early and took her to check with Ivor James on the Royal university of tune in London and later to well-known cellists equivalent to Mainardi and Casals. Her on-going profession is testomony to her heat, dogged paintings ethic and feisty independence. She has been defined as having a ‘musical 6th experience’ and counts between her associates and co-workers, Gerald Finzi, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Colin Davis, Mstislav Rostropovich and Jacqueline du Pre.
Tomas Sterner, editor, studied below Anna on the Royal university of song and has remained a life-long friend.
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