It’s Never Too Late to Play the Cello – The New York Times

Vera Jiji, 93, at her home in New York. She picked the cello back up after about 40 years when she retired from teaching at 62. “It has given me a way to communicate without using words,” she said. “It gave me a next step in life.”
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It’s Never Too Late to Play the Cello

Vera Jiji’s beloved cello, tucked away in the back of her closet, remained untouched, almost forgotten, for over 40 years. It’s been like a second life for her.

Vera Jiji, 93, at her home in New York. She picked the cello back up after
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