Indian Boy Became World’s Fastest Piano Player Ever; Watch Video

In what can be considered as a matter of great pride for the people of entire nation, a minor boy has set a record becoming world’s fastest piano player ever. The boy has been identified as Lydian Nadhaswaram of Chennai in Tamil Nadu.

Lydian took part at CBS talent show – The World’s Best – last year when he was just 13-year-old and showed his super-fast piano playing skills.

Lydian performed “Flight Of The Bumblebee” by composer Rimsky Korsakov, a song notoriously known for being difficult to play. He played the piece in three different speeds, 160 beats per minute, 280 beats per minute and 325 beats per minute.

Watch the video (Credit: Lydian Nadhaswaram Official)

He entered into the next round with a score of 85 from the judges RuPaul Charles, Drew Barrymore and Faith Hill.

He furthered advanced into the Battle Rounds, the Champion Rounds, and final.

Watch the video (Credit: Lydian Nadhaswaram Official)

In the grand finale event, Lydian played two pianos at the same time with a medley of Beethoven’s “Fur Elise” and Chopin’s “Etude.” He received a standing ovation from the judges and the audience and the highest score of the night (84), and ultimately became the winner of the show and bagged $1 million prize money.

Watch the video (Credit: Lydian Nadhaswaram Official)

Watch the winning moment of Lydian Nadhaswaram (Credit: Lydian Nadhaswaram Official)

(With inputs from talentrecap.com)

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