BBC New Generation Artists a few years on: violinist Jennifer Pike in conversation with Clemency Burton-Hill.
In this second programme in an occasional series, the violinist Jennifer Pike talks to Clemency about her life as an international concert artist. Jennifer Pike first came to fame in 2002 when at the age of twelve she was the youngest ever winner of the BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition, but it was six years later that she joined the BBC New Generation Artist scheme. Now, still only 26, she has become a popular figure on the concert scene. The programme includes music by Debussy, Beethoven, Clara Schumann and Rózsa.