- A nine-year-old boy from Cape Town has wowed Mzansi with his outstanding piano playing skills
- Andrew Willicott goes by Minor Mozart on Instagram where numerous videos displaying his talent are shared
- In one of his more viral clips, Andrew is seen performing a piece written by his teacher at Table Bay Mall in Sunningdale
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Andrew Willicott, aka Minor Mozart, is a nine-year-old musical prodigy. The primary schooler uses the stunning piano placed in Cape Town's Table Bay Mall to show off his extraordinary skills.
A video shared three days ago on @minormozart's Instagram page was viewed over 2 300 times. The little pianist revealed that the song he played is called 362 Notes and was composed for him by his teacher. The piece got its name from the number of notes in the entire song.
A quick squizz through Andrew's Insta shows that the little one composes his own music as well. There is no doubt that Andrew truly is a Minor Mozart!
Check his performance out below:
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Briefly News compiled a few of the comments he received:
"I'm a huge fan."
"This gave me chills. Absolutely gorgeous!"
"Amazing! God has given this boy a precious gift! Keep going, Andrew."
"And each time I watch, you are playing a different piece. How do you manage to have so many in your repertoire without consulting a single music sheet? You are a very talented and a remarkable young pianist."
Little girl, 9, wows Mzansi with extraordinary rendition of opera classic 'Ave Maria'
In other news about talented kids, Briefly News previously reported that Gugulethu Ndzendze is just nine years old but is packed with talent. The little girl's mother, Fundiswa, shares videos of Gugulethu stunningly singing opera songs as difficult as the classic O Mio Babbino Caro.
In one of her more recent videos, the primary school kid belted out Ave Maria as she stood on a stage with a microphone taller than she is. Clad in her school uniform, she calmly begins singing the classic hit.
The video was shared on Facebook by proud mom Fundiswa and is just over two minutes long. It has gained a large 12 000 views with over 6 600 reactions on the popular social networking application.
Source: Briefly News