CONRAD TAO: An intimate look beyond classical music
Conrad Tao, the gifted classical musician-composer who graced South Florida audiences at the age of 10 at the Miami International Piano Festival, is back again this week thanks to the Symphony of the Americas.
Reviews are already in for his performance this week and everyone is raving about how his brilliance, although predictable is just touchingly revering. We can’t be grateful enough to the Broward Center and the Symphony of the Americas for bringing Conrad Tao time after time even before he was named a Presidential Scholar in the Arts in 2011 or being among the Forbes 30 under 30 in music as the only classical musician. Education, supportive parents, and practice, seems to have added to the innate genius Conrad was doted with from the beginning. However, not all child prodigies seemed to make it when they reach adulthood. Note: He is still 18 and technically still a teenager with a global performing agenda and studying full time at Columbia. >>Read full review