The celebrity cook who learned by Suzuki method

The celebrity cook who learned by Suzuki method

The culinary phenomenon Kenji López-Alt is a #1 New York Times bestselling author who plays music where and whenever he can.

Speaking Soundly to Met principal trumpet David Krauss, he learned to play violin at age four by the Suzuki method at New York City’s School for Strings. He is best mates with the soloist James Ehnes and has other friends round to play string quartets. ‘When you play chamber music it’s different from anything else I know… it’s an electric connection.’ Beethoven’s Opus 130 really turns him on.

He refuses to serve anyone who comes into his restaurant wearing a Donald Trump cap.

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