Tansu Yeğen Shares A Mozart Performed By 5-year-old Italian Prodigy, Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani

Tansu Yeğen, Vice President of Europe UiPath and also an award-winning author who never hesitates to appreciate talents have recently shared a video of stunning performance by the Italian piano prodigy, Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani who is just 5-year-old in at the 10th International Musical Competition in Penne, in the Abruzzo region.

Tansu Yeğen is a multifaceted professional from Istanbul, Turkey who is presently the vice president of UiPath which offers an end-to-end platform for artificial intelligence based automation and transforms the way humans work. He was felicitated with various awards throughout his career namely the most successful CEO in Europe by Stevie Awards in 2008, an award from the President’s office of Ukraine for solving the street children problem. He is also a very good author, “Shine Your Career With 40 Tools” was one of the best sellers in 2021 and was selected as the Best Human Resources and Career book of the year. Another best quality of the person is that he never fails to recognize talents. His official Twitter account with millions of followers is filled with appreciation posts of various talents. One of those is this viral video with a whopping 5.2 million views of a small kid from Italy playing with piano with a masterful rendition.

This sensational kid, Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani is from a musical family in the Marche region in central Italy. He got in touch with piano at the age of 3 and has become a prodigy in piano within two years. A kid who is not tall enough for the piano pedals playing Mozart of this range is a bolt from the blues, Only a natural talent can shine and grow to a global attraction within this short span of time says professionals from ThreeBestRatedⓇ Music Schools.

A couple of weeks back, The kid participated in the 10th International Musical Competition in the Italian town of Penne. Mesmerized the audience with his fascinating performance of the first movement of Mozart’s Piano Sonata №16 in C major. A viewer videographed the performance and it has become the talk of the town with millions of views.

”He started playing during the months of the first lock down. I was always at home, so we started playing with a small keyboard, in order to do something stimulating. From there I realized that Alberto was well-suited. [Doing this, my] husband and I noticed that he had perfect pitch” shares Alessia Cingolani and Simone Cartuccia, his parents — music conservatoire graduates.

Like him, There are a number of prodigies who have to find their talents within them. This can only be done by experimenting and experiencing. Parents should always be supportive for their child to find their own interests and grow them to become an expert in the field. There are a bunch of extra-curricular activities like music, art, sport and a myriad of others that a child should experience and find their true talent and ability.


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