A small percentage of children display a natural talent when they are very little. These child prodigies amaze others with their otherworldly skills and abilities.
Brianna Kahane is one of these people. She started demonstrating a love of music at a very young age. Brianna began playing the violin when she was just three and by age six was performing in concerts.
Never underestimate someone's talent for their tiny appearance.
An incredible video shows the beautiful towheaded girl at age seven performing "Csardas" on a 1/4-size violin. Her talent and love for music is palpable as she plays the composition by Italian composer Vittorio Monti.
Brianna was born in Florida and by the age of four she was already exhibiting expert finger work. She also possesses a photographic memory.
Chicago's Stradivari Society was so impressed by the young girl's talent that they gave her a three-quarter-size instrument made in 1790 by Italy's Antonio Gragnani.
Brianna only performs at charitable events and never receives payment for playing. She has helped raise $19 million for organizations including the Make A Wish Foundation, the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center.
She's said of her calling:
"I believe music touches all and crosses all boundaries. It is blind to race as well as religious and political beliefs."