Watch : How the 13 year old Lydian Nadhaswaram get victory at ‘The World’s Best’ contest.
As his fingers flew over the keys, it turned out to be evident that Lydian Nadhaswaram, the 13-year-old kid wonder from Chennai, was the most loved to win ‘The World’s Best’ global talent contest. The Chennai youth, who went through four years at maestro A.R. Rahman‘s KM Music Conservatory and is currently guided by his dad Varshan Satish, paralyzed the judges at the challenge by playing 280 beats for each moment. He at that point expanded his speed to 325 beats for each moment.
Oscar champ AR Rahman hailed ‘The World’s Best’ victor Lydian Nadhaswaram, portraying that he has appeared there are enchantment and supernatural occurrence throughout everyday life. “When I see Lydian, it gives me hope. He should be the answer to Chinese pianist Lang Lang. I think he will be India’s musical ambassador,” Rahman said.