Child Piano Prodigy Plays 2 Pianos At The Same Time

Child Piano Prodigy Plays 2 Pianos At The Same Time

Inspiring child piano prodigy Lydian Nadhaswaram impresses the judges by playing two pianos simultaneously.

When we first met this 12-year-old pianist, he dazzled the judges by playing the piano with record speed on The World’s Best.

This unique show is a brand new talent competition that features contestants from all over the world in every different genre. The acts audition for a panel of judges and a ‘wall’ of 50 experts in all areas of music and entertainment. If a contestant scores 75 or above, then they will move on to the next round.

Lydian sailed through his first performance and then blew everyone away after he placed a blindfold over his eyes and played"Turkish March" by Mozart.

This teenager’s hilarious personality and incredible talent makes him a delight to watch. Now, Lydian has made it all the way to the finale and he’s not holding anything back.

Just watch as he sits between two pianos and starts to play a medley of Beethoven's "Fur Elise" and Chopin's "Etude." He switches back and forth with rapid speed and never misses a note.

It is hard enough to play these arrangements separately, but it is a whole other situation to play both at the same time. But Lydian makes this entire performance look easy.

He has definitely won over the hearts of the judges and, now, it is time to see if he has what it takes to win the entire competition. Are you rooting for Lydian Nadhaswaram on The World’s Best?