Avette Ray Maness, a six-year-old child prodigy from Ohio, began playing the piano at the age of one. However, according to CBS News, the boy was born nearly blind. “When he was able to get to the piano on his own, he played ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,'” Avette’s mother, Sarah Moore, says.
He was only 11 months old at the time. Since then, the boy has started taking piano lessons, where he is learning new techniques and classical melodies with the help of his teacher. “The music is in him,” Moore says. – He is a coach.
Your overall performance. He has incredible talent. People are pleading with him to speak up.” This is impressive even for a six-year-old child with vision, but for a visually impaired child, it’s insane.
I’m sure Queen is overjoyed with this child. He is a six-year-old blind and visually impaired boy who plays the piano better than most pianists. It’s quite impressive! Continue! He can even tell when he’s hitting the wrong notes. So great! God bless you and your abilities! And you, too, are a blessing! Just take a look at how he plays.