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Chen Anke: Little Chinese piano prodigy shines on the world stage
    2017-September-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

陈安可:国际舞台上初绽的中国钢琴小天才

The Internet has already shown us a lot of talented kids, and we sometimes think there is nothing that can truly surprise us anymore. The Internet proves us wrong every time.

Meet Chen Anke, 6, a talented Chinese girl who has showcased her piano prowess on TV shows in both the United States and Australia this year. After the little piano virtuoso wowed crowds, she has once again become an Internet sensation on Chinese social media on Sunday.

A three-and-half-minute video of her performance on the stage of “Little Big Shots,” an Australian reality show featuring children aged 3 to 13 years old, went viral online. Performing the song “Flight of the Bumblee,” viewers could see her fingers fly across the keyboard.

During the interview, Chen said she started playing piano at the age of 4, practicing for four hours a day. Talking about her future, she hopes to one day become a piano master.

It was her teacher Zhang Feng who discovered Chen’s gift. Her talent was not obvious from the very beginning but was quilckly able to come forth thanks to the patience of her teachers and parents, as well as her own hard work.

Her music teacher is choosing the pieces for her to play and so far she enjoys it. Chen’s mother once said that although she is very talented, no one plans to force her to keep playing if some day she stops liking it.

Before performing on the Aussie show, Chen appeared on “Little Big Shots” in the United States and amazed TV audiences there.

“This little star takes music to a whole new level of genius,” the show’s host Steve Harvey said when introducing her. “We’ve never seen anything like this before in the history of ‘Little Big Shots’.”

(SD-Agencies)

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