Avette Ray Maness is a six-year-old child prodigy from Ohio who has been able to play the piano by the age of one.
But the boy was born almost blind, writes CBS News. “When he was able to get to the piano on his own, he played ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’,” says Sarah Moore, Avette’s mom.
At that time he was only 11 months old. Since then, the boy began to take piano lessons, together with the teacher he learns new techniques and classical melodies. “The music is in him,” says Moore. – He coaches
Your performance. He has amazing talent. People are asking him to speak.” Even for a six-year-old child with vision, this is impressive, but for a visually impaired child, it’s just crazy.
I’m sure Queen is very proud of this baby. He is a blind, visually impaired six-year-old boy who plays the piano better than many pianists. It’s impressive! Continue! He even knows if he’s hitting the wrong notes. So great! God bless you and your talent! And you are a blessing too! Just listen to how he plays.