Some people practice a lifetime to be able to play the piano as well as 9-year-old Ásta Dóra Finnsdóttir. After taking a seat at a street piano at London's Canary Wharf, this pint-sized musical prodigy from Iceland wows with a flawless rendition of Mozart's "Turkish March," drawing a crowd of onlookers who instinctively pull out their phones the film the special moment.
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Other YouTube videos showcase Finnsdóttir's exceptional talent. The channel is run by her parents, who want to showcase their daughter's "progress of piano learning" and share her musical gift with audiences all over the world.

According to the folks at Street Pianos, this particular instrument is part of the "Play Me, I'm Yours" installation, courtesy of artist Luke Jerram. Through this project, "more than 1400 pianos have now been installed in 48 cities across the globe, from Paris to Lima, bearing the simple invitation, 'Play Me, I’m Yours.'"

And play, Finnsdóttir did.

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