Three-year-olds are like little sponges. They are learning so quickly, one day they’re barely speaking, the next they’re reciting Shakespeare!
OK, that’s not really true. But one sweet little girl is far ahead of children her age – especially when it comes to one thing in particular, an amazing skill that not even some adults can do.
Most three-year-olds are busy trying to learn how to tie their shoes, master buttons and zippers, or read and write. But one little three-year-old does something so mind-boggling it has gone totally viral.
Charlotte is three years old and takes piano lessons from Do Re Mi in Hong Kong. She’s a sweet little thing and when she walks up to the beautiful black piano and plops down on the bench, a woman running a video camera asks her to play a song for her.
It turns out that this little three-year-old can do much more than the simple pieces that are usually allotted to children just starting on piano. Her most recent video has gotten more than five million views.
Charlotte plays grade five piano and tickles the ivories like a professional adult pianist. Her pudgy little fingers grace multiple scales as she performs “Allegretto in F” by J.C. F. Bach.
This elegant classic piece is dynamic in scope as penned by Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach in the 1700s, Johann Sebastian Bach’s ninth son. The chords crafted into this difficult piece are elaborate and this little girl’s talent is truly impressive.
Charlotte hums along with her piece, clearly lost in the musical moment. Check it out!