2010-01-09T16:55:50-05:00 2016-01-17T16:46:17-05:00

Classical? Yup. Enter Nobuyuki Tsujii

We haven't posted much classical music hear over on Earmilk but anyone should be able to recognize genius in any genre. Nobuyuki Tsujii is a blind Japanese pianist who recently won the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2009. He's so good that he receives a 2-min standing ovation after his performance. Perhaps its his blindness that gives him such a good ear for classical music or perhaps its just his genius but nevertheless he's amazing and even if you aren't a fan of classical you have to recognize the amazing skill involved in his playing. Check out how he overlaps his hands and how fast he can actually play. The piece he plays is "Étude No. 3" by Franz Liszt.

Nobuyuki Tsujii

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Classical

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J.P.
J.P.
11 years ago

Beautiful...

Darby
Darby
11 years ago

magnificent

Sean
11 years ago

That was bloody amazing.

piano
piano
11 years ago

how old is he

britna
11 years ago

ah i love this