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KADIATU & BRAIMAH KANNEH-MASON | HOUSE OF MUSIC Book Profile & Violin Pieces

INTERVIEW, MUSIC

INTERVIEWED BY FESTIVAL PATRON CHRISTINE WEBBER

Seven brothers and sisters. All of them classically trained musicians. One was Young Musician of the Year and performed for the Royal Family. The eldest has released her first album, showcasing the works of Clara Schumann. These siblings don’t come from the rarefied environment of elite music schools, but from a state comprehensive in Nottingham.

How did they do it?

Their mother, Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason, opens up about what it takes to raise a musical family in a Britain divided by class and race. What comes out is a beautiful and heart-rending memoir of the power
of determination, camaraderie and a lot of hard work. The Kanneh-Masons are a remarkable family. But what truly sparkles in this eloquent memoir is the joyous affirmation that children are a gift and we must do all we can to nurture them.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason is a former lecturer at Birmingham University and the mother of seven children. The third eldest, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, was Young Musician of the Year in 2016 and performed at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The siblings have performed at the 2018 BAFTA Ceremony, Britain’s Got Talent and concert halls across the country.

End Time: 2:30 pm (approx)

KADIATU & BRAIMAH KANNEH-MASON | HOUSE OF MUSIC Book Profile & Violin Pieces

INTERVIEW, MUSIC
End Time: 2:30 pm (approx)

How to book:

* This link will take you to an external ticketing system.

INTERVIEWED BY FESTIVAL PATRON CHRISTINE WEBBER

Seven brothers and sisters. All of them classically trained musicians. One was Young Musician of the Year and performed for the Royal Family. The eldest has released her first album, showcasing the works of Clara Schumann. These siblings don’t come from the rarefied environment of elite music schools, but from a state comprehensive in Nottingham.

How did they do it?

Their mother, Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason, opens up about what it takes to raise a musical family in a Britain divided by class and race. What comes out is a beautiful and heart-rending memoir of the power
of determination, camaraderie and a lot of hard work. The Kanneh-Masons are a remarkable family. But what truly sparkles in this eloquent memoir is the joyous affirmation that children are a gift and we must do all we can to nurture them.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason is a former lecturer at Birmingham University and the mother of seven children. The third eldest, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, was Young Musician of the Year in 2016 and performed at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The siblings have performed at the 2018 BAFTA Ceremony, Britain’s Got Talent and concert halls across the country.