A little boy entered the stage and took a seat behind the piano in the little performance venue.
The youngster opened the piano lid and started to play. He audience members were surprised to see such a young child set to perform, yet he exuded confidence.
He performed the piano sonata No. 16 in C major, one of Mozart’s most challenging compositions, beautifully, much to the surprise of everyone in attendance.
The crowd muttered in admiration as the youngster played. They astounded at the ability and perfection displayed by such a young child.
The young man, eventually identified as Alberto Cartucci Cengolani, was born into a musical household and started piano lessons at the age of three.
Even though he was young, the work was more difficult for him than it would have been for an adult because of his little hands.
The performance video of Alberto rapidly became well-known. It became obvious that the young genius had a promising career in music ahead of him.
He had already made up his mind to focus on music and continue to hone his art. Seeing a little youngster with such extraordinary talent and devotion to his interests was motivating.