Renaud Capuçon interview: ‘It’s not about legacy – I know that the day I die there will be just a few lines in a French newspaper and that’s it, I’m gone’

Charlotte Gardner
Friday, March 26, 2021

With multiple concerts and recordings each year, life’s busy for Renaud Capuçon – even in lockdown. Refusing to give up on himself or the young artists he supports, the violinist has launched several projects – not least an all-Elgar recording, he tells Charlotte Gardner

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