Stelios Kerasidis the 9-year-old Greek pianist, composed a moving instrumental to send an anti-war message to humanity.
Inspired by his favorite composer Frederic Chopin and his famous etude opus 10 in F minor, the Greek prodigy sends a message for peace as the Russian war on Ukraine continues unabated a month after the invasion.
Kerasidis: the piano wonder kid
The piano wonder child, who started performing in public at the age of five — and performed at Carnegie Hall at the age of six — has been composing his own music to critical acclaim.
On October 31, 2018, Kerasidis won the first prize at the 2018 Golden Classical Music Awards Invited Winners List after a magnificent performance at New York City’s Weill Recital Hall. Playing a Chopin waltz for his audience and judges, he also became the youngest Greek musician of all time to play at Carnegie Hall.