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There's Something About This Musician That Makes His Talent Even More Amazing

FEBRUARY 15, 2016  —  By Madeline Distasio  
Madeline Distasio

Madeline Distasio

Writer and editor holding it down in Philadelphia. Interests include drawing, exclusively wearing black, having too many books to fit in my tiny apartment, and choosing my dachshund over people.

The universal appeal of music makes it one of the world's most powerful art forms, and those who bring rows of little black notes to life are among the most gifted people on Earth. While some talent can be taught, most musicians are born with an innate capacity for playing in a way that really moves people.

When it comes to this pianist, that couldn't be more true. When you watch him play, you'll first notice his skill. After that, however, you'll see what makes this artist even more extraordinary.

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For artists who are born with a passion for creativity, very few things can stand in their way. He came into the world without hands, but he arrived with an inspiring gift.

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