Cole Lam is a 14-year-old piano prodigy from the UK. His piano version of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody earned huge followers on his social media profile. He studies at the “School of Rock” and has performed on TV, the royalty, and on stage.
One of his performances at the Battersea Power Station has recently become popular. It was because of Lam’s insane dual performance with a 9-year-old boy of Freddie Mercury’s (Queen’s) Bohemian Rhapsody, who impressed him with his raw talent.
The little boy, Zach, is a 9-year-old who goes by his online name, @pianoserd. He is a talented youngster and a piano prodigy in the making. Zach is walking through the mall when he comes across the public piano.
Cole stands near the piano when Zach asks him if he could play something on the piano with him. Of course, he instantly agrees to the little boy’s request. But, at first, Cole did not expect the boy could play the piano so well.
Passersby flock to the area where the two of them are jamming as they hit the beautiful notes of the Bohemian Rhapsody on the piano. Several people decide to capture the moment on their phone cameras.
Cole continuously supports the little boy as he plays one of the complex songs on the piano. Strangely, they could hit the notes so well because they had never met before, and the piano duet was also unplanned.
The little boy’s innate ability to play the piano so well in public shows he can adapt to any music style. Cole is impressed by the little talent and plans to meet him in the future. He feels this is one reason pianos should be accessible to the public.