The talented young pianist left her audience in tears with her moving performance.
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Thanks to pianos that have become commonplace in train stations, members of the public have witnessed some wonderful performances by professional, amateur, old, and young players. And the latest performance to appear on social media by a young teenager who is both blind and neurodiverse is breathtaking.
As part of a new talent show, called The Piano, pianists are performing in front of a crowd while judges listen in a room that’s hidden away. When all the performers have played their pieces, the judges select one person to play on stage.
In the run-up to the show, Channel 4 revealed one performer who left members of the audience in tears, and who one viewer described as a “miracle,” according to the Daily Mail.
Lucy, a young teen who seemed lost in her own world as she performed Chopin’s Opus 9 Number 1, stunned the judges, Mika and Lang Lang, who were visibly moved watching her play:
‘It’s unbelievable that she can play this piece. How – how does she study? I mean, it’s incredible,’ shared Lang Lang