Humphrey Burton meets with three generations of the Wallfisch Family.
Anita Lasker-wallfisch survived the Auschwitz death camp because she was a musician and played the cello in the camp's orchestra.
She married an international pianist whom she first met at school, the late Peter Wallfisch.
Their son Raphael Wallfisch is also a cellist.
He has performed all over the world as a soloist and recitalist.
Raphael's children are the third generation: Benjamin is a composer and conductor.
In his role as Assistant Conductor of the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, he conducted the first performance of his first symphony earlier this year.
Joanna is a jazz singer and is about to begin her student days at Art College and Simon, having completed his studies at the Royal College of Music in LONDON, is a baritone but also continues the family tradition as he is a cellist as well.
They discuss how music became an integral part of family life, interspersed with recordings of various members of the family performing music with very particular family ties.