Jeremy Louis Eugene Menuhin (born 2 November 1951) is a United States-born British pianist and the son of violinist Yehudi Menuhin.
Musical career 
Unlike father Yehudi, who was pushed towards music at a young age by his own mother (Jeremy's grandmother), Jeremy himself did not have any musical education until his nanny began arranging it in response to his interest. However, Yehudi began paying more attention to his son's musical career when his talent became clear. Jeremy studied composition in Paris with Nadia Boulanger, piano in Israel with Mindru Katz, and conducting in Vienna with Hans Swarowsky.
He made his London debut at the age of 15, on his father's fiftieth birthday, performing with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Later that year, he played at the Menuhin Festival Gstaad established by his father nine years earlier, and proceeded to wider public attention as a musician in his own right. In 1968, he played with the London Philharmonic again to record an LP for Angel Records along with aunts Hephzibah and Yaltah, all conducted by Yehudi. He made his American debut in 1970. He was uncomfortable having to play the piano while wearing a white tie, referring to it as "that absurd waiter's suit", and reportedly once considered performing in a jumpsuit. The development of his career was interrupted in 1974 by a strained tendon, forcing him to cancel all public performances for a year and a half. However, he recovered and would go on to win the Young Concert Artists piano competition in New York in 1984. During his American tour in 1986, he played at the Miami Beach Theater of the Performing Arts. Reviewer Tim Smith from the Sun-Sentinel praised his technical skill but found his performance lacking in emotion.
Menuhin is now a string instructor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He also holds periodic piano and string master classes at other British schools such as Oundle School.
Personal life 
Menuhin was born in San Francisco, California, the fourth son of his father Yehudi Menuhin and the second of his mother Diana Gould Menuhin. He did his secondary education at Eton College in the United Kingdom. He describes his childhood as economically privileged but emotionally "grotesque", his father as "cold and detached", and his mother as "domineering and volatile". In 1983, he married Brigid Gabriel Forbes-Sempill, the daughter of William Forbes-Sempill, 19th Lord Sempill, with whom he had two children, Nadja Cecilia Menuhin (born 1985) and Petroc Forbes Menuhin (born 1988). In response to his own childhood experiences, Menuhin placed a great emphasis on being involved in his children's lives; even after he and his wife later divorced, they continued to live within walking distance of each other so that Menuhin could maintain contact with his son. He relinquished his U.S. citizenship in 2003, following in his father's footsteps of a decade earlier. He became Lord of the Manor of Rusthall near Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent in 1995, but placed the property up for sale in 2007 along with The Pantiles, a shopping centre in the same town which he also owned; the asking price for the latter was £10 million.