Financial Times ‘Books of 2021’

The Financial Times has been publishing its ‘Books of 2021’, category by category across recent days, and now they have arrived at Classical Music.

I’m proud to see that my piano book is one of their Books of 2021.

This is the link, but unless you’re a subscriber it seems to lead only to a paywall.

Last weekend I reported that my book had been chosen as one of the Books of the Year in The Spectator, so I am feeling very fortunate. It’s good to ‘feel seen’, as they say these days, at the end of another long and lonely year during which live concerts have remained largely in pandemic-related hibernation.

The photo of a sunrise this week in my neighbourhood has a nice metaphorical flavour.

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One Response to “Financial Times ‘Books of 2021’”

  1. Mary Cohen said on

    More excellent news!

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