Andrew Lloyd Webber: She was a very successful—not so much successful, is probably the wrong word, but she taught an awful lot of children. I still keep finding people who come up to me and say, you know, I was taught by your mother. And it’s extraordinary. But she also became very, very much involved with the career of a very young pianist in those days called John Lill, who went on to win the Tchaikovsky competition. And he sort of moved in as a kind of older brother to Julian and me into the family. So there was him playing the piano as my father played the organ, there was me with my musical theater and my rock and pop, and my brother on the cello. And goodness knows what the neighbors thought.