5-Year-Old Italian Piano Prodigy Stuns by Tearing Through Mozart’s Sonata No. 16 Like It’s Nothing

italian piano prodigy Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani

At 5 years old, an Italian piano prodigy named Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani left an audience in awe as he furiously played Mozart’s Sonata No. 16 as if it were a piece of cake!

God has blessed all with skills, talents, and gifts. Those will differ from person to person. As no two people are 100 percent, no two people have been given the same abilities and talents. Some may be skilled in public speaking. Others may have a natural aptitude for woodworking. Still, other individuals may have an unexplained musical ability.

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How we choose to use those gifts is ultimately up to us. But God has a will and a plan for everyone's life. Our gifts and talents are intended to bring glory and honor to His name. But also to fulfill His will for our lives.

Italian Piano Prodigy Leaves Everyone In Awe

A video posted on Instagram shows one young man, a musical prodigy, expertly tickling the ivories in front of an adoring crowd. His hands move up, down and back and forth with rapid-fire speed as he plays one of Mozart's works.

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To see someone so young play a piano that well is incredible. It's captivating to watch his hands dance around on the keys and listen to the sound he produces.

The young man wowing on the piano is Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani, according to the video's caption. The caption adds that while the child has been blessed with talent, his dazzling performance is not solely the product of natural ability. It required the young man to spend countless hours sitting at and practicing on the large musical instrument.

That's another point about skills, talents and abilities. Yes, people may have areas they excel in naturally, but talent will only take you so far. Furthering those gifts requires work. God expects us to spend the time necessary to develop the talents he has blessed us with to reach our full potential.

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1 Peter 4:10 "As each has received a gift, employ it in serving one another, as good managers of the grace of God in its various forms."

WATCH: 5-Year-Old Italian Piano Prodigy Plays Sonata No. 16

@yousicplay 5-Year-Old Italian piano prodigy Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani performs Piano Sonata No.16, K.545 by Mozart 👏 @classicalmusicfm #mozart #piano #prodigy #classical ♬ original sound – YousicPlay

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