When Adam Kornowski sat down at his school’s talent show, the 4th grader’s piano rendition of ‘Imagine’ wowed the audience. And once the video hit social media, the little boy’s big talent impressed thousands of strangers across the Internet, too!
Adam may be young. But he’s clearly wise beyond his years. When it came time for his school talent show, he performed a hauntingly beautiful rendition of the song ‘Imagine.’
With a gentle and timid demeanor, the sweet 4th grader gracefully belts out a powerful message.
“Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man”
When the little guy sat down at the piano, the audience probably wasn’t expecting such a moving performance. And his humble bow at the end was the icing on the cake.
As believers of Christ, we know both Heaven and Hell certainly do exist. But the heart of this John Lennon tune is a call for peace. It’s about letting go of the things that divide us and instead, seeing our fellow man as brothers and sisters. And to see such a little boy deliver such a big message is truly inspiring!
By the end of his performance, Adam’s proud mom says there wasn’t a parent in the audience with a dry eye. And it’s easy to see why!
But Adam’s performance didn’t just wow the crowd at the school. After his mom posted the video online, the 4th grader’s piano rendition of ‘Imagine’ is resonating all over the world. His video has gone viral with over 9 million views!
God has certainly blessed this young man with a huge talent. We’re so glad he’s sharing it with the world!
WATCH: 4th Grader’s Piano Rendition Of ‘Imagine’ Wows
Adam had his all school talent show today. He did Imagine. There wasn't a parent in the room with a dry eye by the end. He got a standing ovation and the applause lasted forever!! A woman stopped me to tell me that she would buy it on iTunes if I put it out there!! I love his bow at the end…so polite!
Posted by Michelle Cavarnos Kornowski on Thursday, May 24, 2018
You can also see Adam perform a lovely version of the song ‘Hallelujah’
WATCH: 4th Grader’s Piano Rendition Of ‘Hallelujah’
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