A conductor who had a stoke is again to performing after an extended restoration.
Grant Llewellyn had a stroke final summer time that left him recovering in what he known as a “severe learning curve”.
Since March, he has been again working along with his orchestra in France, L’Orchestre National de Bretagne, and just lately carried out an hour and a half live performance – together with technically tough items like Beethoven’s fifth Symphony.
He mentioned: “The irony of my situation is that I can conduct Beethoven symphonies but I can’t get out of bed. I can’t tie my shoelaces.”