A man plays the piano with a young child and stuns the audience with a Queen classic. Airport visitors forgot about everything…

Millions of visitors pass through London’s St. Pancras International Station every day, and there is one lonely piano there. Anybody who wants to play it is able to.

Few entertainers are as talented as Cole Lam, who in 2019 captivated the thronging crowd with a Queen classic while just 12 years old. While many entertainers who aim to amuse tourists may give it their all, Cole Lam stands out.

When Cole, in the video, is ready to begin, a man cuts him off. The man asks for “Bohemian Rhapsody,” a well-known song by Queen.

What occurred next stunned everyone and, thankfully, was caught on tape. Though he didn’t merely recite the notes, the young musician began to play the well-known song. As opposed to that, he began to play the song so smoothly that, if you closed your eyes, you’d imagine a seasoned adult was playing the piano.

The boy was playing with all of his heart and soul, as anyone passing by could see. He gave his act his all while keeping his eyes closed.

Thank god the pianist shared the moving moment’s video online. Cole is a gifted vocalist and lyricist, in addition to being a pianist, according to his YouTube channel.

The piano at the station was actually a gift from Sir Elton John!

Check out the video here: