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  • Milsquire

    Yes I'm sure he's lived a great childhood handcuffed to a piano his entire life. There are millions of examples of talented children who's ability has been supported and nurtured by family, friends and educators in the US. Even in the niche of 'youth pianists' there is a brilliant child not much older than this one who plays at various locations around new york.

    • Veillantif

      It's "whose ability"

      • Milsquire

        Thanks for your contribution to the dialogue Veillantif

        • Veillantif

          I'm not disagreeing with anything you're saying, btw. I just want people to respect our relative pronouns, that's all.

  • Amanda Shipley

    Sometimes I feel disappointed that I'm an American. I can't think of anyone I know whose parents, teachers, peers, etc. have ever encouraged or instilled anything like that into a child. I suppose we can only work towards it.