In a small concert hall, a young boy took to the stage and sat behind the piano.
Those in attendance were shocked to see such a young child about to perform, but the boy exuded confidence as he opened the piano lid and began to play.
To the amazement of all present, he flawlessly executed one of Mozart’s most difficult works, the piano sonata No. 16 in C Major.
As the boy played, the audience whispered in amazement at the skill and precision demonstrated by such a young child.
Alberto Cartucci Cengolani, as the boy was later identified, had grown up in a family of musicians and had begun playing the piano at the age of three.
Despite his young age, his small hands made the task even more challenging than it would have been for an adult.
The video of Alberto’s performance quickly gained popularity, and it was clear that the young prodigy had a bright future in music ahead of him.
He had already made the decision to devote most of his time to music and continue honing his craft. It was inspiring to see such a young child with such incredible talent and dedication to his passion.