Child Piano Prodigy Plays Classical Tune Blindfolded

Child Piano Prodigy Plays Classical Tune Blindfolded

Child piano prodigy Lydian Nadhaswaram performs "Turkish March" by Mozart completely blindfolded on The World’s Best.


This unique show is a brand new talent competition 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 entertainment. If a contestant scores 75 or above, then they will move on to the next round. This one-of-a-kind show is bringing an amazing blend of talent to the stage and it’s truly incredible.

When we first met this 12-year-old pianist, he dazzled the judges by playing the piano with record speed. Now, he’s back for the battle rounds and Lydian is not holding back. First, he sits down at the piano and starts to play "Fantasie Impromptu" by Chopin. But then, he stops his performance to ask host James Corden to place a blindfold over his eyes. That’s when Lydian really shows off his skills by playing “Turkish March.”

Everyone in the crowd was in awe of this pint-sized talent. Not only is he extremely talented for a piano player, but he can also play without even looking at music or the keys. And Lydian’s hilarious personality really makes this young boy a delight to watch.

He’s definitely won over the hearts of the judges and his performance was more than enough to win the battle round. Now, we get to see this child prodigy at least one more time and I’m not the only one looking forward to it.