Watch the most beautiful rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody” ever given by a 9-year-old…

A 14-year-old British piano prodigy named Cole Lam. His Bohemian Rhapsody piano cover gained him a ton of admirers on social media. He performs on stage, for the royal family, and on television while attending the “School of Rock.”

A recent performance of his at the Battersea Power Station has gained popularity. It was due to Lam’s amazing double performance of Freddie Mercury’s (Queen’s) Bohemian Rhapsody with a little youngster, who wowed him with his untapped talent.

Zach, the little lad, is nine years old and goes by the internet alias @pianoserd. He is a gifted child who is destined to become a piano prodigy. When Zach comes across the public piano, he is strolling through the mall.

When Zach asks Cole if he’d like to perform something on the piano with him, Cole is standing close to the instrument. Naturally, he immediately consents to the young boy’s request. But at first, Cole was surprised by how skillfully the youngster could play the piano.

As they play the wonderful sounds of Bohemian Rhapsody on the piano, passersby swarm to the area where the two of them are playing. Several people choose to use their phone cameras to record the event.

Cole continues to encourage the youngster as he plays one of the difficult piano pieces. Strangely, they had never met before, and the piano duet was also unanticipated, yet they were able to hit the notes so well.

The young boy’s natural ability to play the piano so well in front of others demonstrates his versatility as a musician. The young man’s talent has impressed Cole, and he has plans to meet him in the future. This, in his opinion, is one justification for public access to pianos.

Here is the video: