Buskers are everywhere and they often make me smile, although I don’t usually stop to listen. But sometimes there are people who are just in the right place at the right time, who make passerbys stop for a moment and watch. This is exactly what happened with 9-year-old Asta Dora Finnsdottir from Iceland.
When Asta and her family were visiting London, they went down into the subway station. There she discovered a lonely, idle piano. Asta decided to give it a shot – and no one knew what to expect. Anyone walking by and seeing the little, unassuming 9-year-old may have probably expected her to start playing something… simple. Such as “twinkle twinkle little star”, or “Doe a deer” from the Sound of Music. Read on to discover what the little 9-year-old did end up playing!
But, no. Instead, the 9-year-old girl’s little fingers amazingly begin to play Mozart’s highly sophisticated “Turkish March”.
And she does extraordinarily, as her magical fingers compel busy, rushed commuters to stop and just enjoy the incredible show. It’s impossible not to be carried away by the talented girl’s impromptu performance. Have a look below.
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