Homeless former concert pianist who lived in car park’s garden is furious as authorities remove her shelter

Where now for the Rag Lady of Chiswick Ex-concert pianist who lives in a car park has the roof over her head taken away by the local councilAnne Naysmith, 75, has survived at side of station for the last decade Once tipped as star pianist but life collapsed after heartbreak in 1970sLived in her car for 20 years like Miss Shepherd in Alan Bennett play

Nicholas McCarthy: One-handed pianist graduates the Royal College of Music making history

Music student, 23, becomes the first one-handed pianist to graduate from the Royal College of Music in its 130-year history Nicholas McCarthy was born without his right handHe graduated from the Royal College of Music today, the college's first one-hand pianist He is also part of The British Paraorchestra who performed to welcome Paralympic athletes to LondonHe plays music written for left-hand only | UPDATED: 21:46 GMT, 28 August 2012 A music student, who was born without his right hand, has made history by becoming the first one-handed pianist to graduate from the 130-year-old Royal College of Music.

Wife"s fury as musician with dementia is given cheap 99 plastic piano to play in his care home

Care home gives concert pianist kid's keyboard to play with: Wife's fury as leading musician fights to fend off dementia Raymond Banning is a former Professor of Piano at Trinity College of Music and has performed around the worldThe musician has two grand pianos worth 30,000 in his home – but was given a 99 plastic keyboard to playHis wife Lorraine says 'it's an insult' as she fights to have him brought backMr Banning has Pick's disease, which is similar to Alzheimer's and needs 24 hour careNHS bosses will decide this week whether he can be sent home | UPDATED: 13:14 GMT, 25 June 2012 A leading concert pianist with a rare form of dementia has been given a cheap plastic keyboard to play on in his care home.