Derek Paravicini e Adam Ockelford:
No tom de um gênio

TEDxWarwick · 19:38 · Filmed Mar 2013
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Nascido prematuro com cinco meses e meio, Derek Paravicini é cego e tem autismo severo. Mas com seu ouvido absoluto, talento inato e muita prática, ele se tornou um pianista de concerto aclamado aos 10 anos de idade. Aqui, seu professor de piano desde o início, Adam Ockelford, explica a relação singular de seu aluno com a música, enquanto Paravicini mostra como ele arrasou com os "Chopsticks". (Filmado no TEDxWarwick.)

Pianist Derek Paravicini understands music systematically. Once a child prodigy, he’s matured into a creative musician, able to reimagine songs in ways few can. Full bio
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A composer and music teacher who has long worked with children with special needs, Adam Ockelford is interested in the psychology of music. Full bio
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