Armless pianist Liu Wei wows China’s Got Talent with ‘Mariage D’amour’
Liu Wei, 23, stunned hundreds of thousands of people across China by delivering a mistake-free performance of famous French pianist Richard Clayderman’s Mariage D’amour using only his toes. An armless Chinese pianist has wowed audiences on China’s Got Talent with a flawless
performance of the classic “Mariage D’amour” – using only his toes. Liu Wei lost both his arms when he was 10 after he touched a high-voltage wire during a game of hide-and-seek, the Shanghai Daily reported. But the 23-year-old stunned hundreds of thousands of people across China by delivering a mistake-free performance of famous French pianist Richard Clayderman’s Mariage D’amour using only his toes. Although he was devastated by the loss of his arms as a young boy, Liu said he was happy and it was “destiny.” “For people like me, there were only two options. One was to abandon all dreams, which would lead to a quick, hopeless death; the other was to struggle without arms to live an outstanding life,” he said. When he was 18, Liu decided to follow his dream to become a professional musician and taught himself to play the piano in secret. His first piano teacher quit, saying it was impossible for anyone to play with their toes. news from: whatsonxiamen.com
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