Damian Thompson Damian Thompson

Menuhin is the world’s toughest violin competition. Why is it packed with Asians, and no Brits?

The world’s toughest violin competition is jam-packed with Asians – and this year,  not a single Brit

Violinist Yehudi Menuhin conducting his 14 year-old son and his two sisters Photo: Getty

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