Julian Bream: Accident Changed How Maestro Played Guitar (INJURIES. RECOVERY. GUITAR)

In July 1984, the incomparable master-guitarist Julian Bream was seriously injured in an automobile accident near his Dorset, England, home. Swerving his MG sports car to avoid another vehicle, he left the roadway and crashed into the side of bridge, suffering multiple fractures to his right elbow. Fortunately, his hand was not injured. Still, the recovery was long and arduous, as he told Classical Guitar writer/editor Chris Kilvington (1944–1999) in the September 1993 issue, edited below. I had to do … Continue reading Julian Bream: Accident Changed How Maestro Played Guitar (INJURIES. RECOVERY. GUITAR)