As a musician and composer, I was greatly saddened to read in The Japan Times-incorporated International New York Times the Dec. 9 article “Fraud accusations stir violin world,” describing an American violinist’s despicable attack on the late Shinichi Suzuki, Japan’s highly respected founder of the world-famous Talent Education violin method.
That Suzuki could be guilty of such a thing as fabricating part of his wonderful biography “Nurtured by Love: A New Approach to Education” is truly unthinkable.
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