Dorothy Singh portrays how important music is to her family. Her story portrays their musical activities in Wales and abroad.
"Bobby and I settled in Wales after meeting in Vienna. We found the people in Wales natural and friendly. At first, the Welsh community didn't accept me as a music teacher but in time they joined in our musical activities. I taught Welsh children who couldn't speak English... they taught me Welsh.
Bobby's Indian background brings colour to our lives and he has taken our children back there for his family's celebrations.
Raki, Davi and Simi have all fallen in love with playing with music and taken up the violin. Before auditions in Cardiff, we used to take them to the ice rink to make the occasion special.
Through the Urdd Eisteddfod, we became involved in Welsh traditions and now feel completely accepted by the Welsh community.
We've helped many children on their way to music scholarships.
Raki and Davi had to go away to music school in England but they have both kept strong links with Wales... Raki won the Texaco Young Musician of Wales and plays regularly as a soloist with the South Wales Male Voice choir. Since winning in the Urdd Festival, Davi has played in the National Library of Wales and in Spain representing Wales.
Our youngest child - Simi - has stayed in Wales to study and very much belongs in Wales. When she was eleven she won the Urdd competition in the 12-15 age group.
We were thrilled when the associate leader of the BBC Orchestra in Wales came to our home recently, to give her and my pupils a masterclass.
Music has taken us on an incredible journey... once we were considered outsiders in Wales; now we are encouraged in keeping its traditional values and culture alive at home and abroad."