3-Year-Old Boy Has Great Drumming Skills and Leads a Group of Adult Musicians!

You need to encourage your child to learn how to play a musical instrument, as music can be beneficial to their development. Of course, you should take into account your child’s age, physical abilities and interests to find out which one is the best fit for them.

You need to encourage them to learn how to play an instrument and create music, because it enhances their listening skills (they learn how to listen carefully to many different things); it enhances their memory skills (they learn how to create, store, and retrieve memories more efficiently); it boosts their self-expression (they can find themselves and express their emotions through music they create); it creates responsibility (they learn how to be responsible); it improves coordination (they have better hand-eye coordination); and it creates a sense of achievement and teaches them perseverance (they feel a sense of pride and achievement and learn how to be patient.)

This means that learning how to play a musical instrument can improve their listening and memory skills, coordination, self-expression, creativity, and overall happiness.

So, this 3-year-old boy must be the happiest child in the world. A 3-year-old boy, Lyonya Shilovsky, from Novosibirsk, Russia, has great drumming skills. He is a superstar with incredible rhythm, tempo, and beat as the backbone of an orchestra.

The young boy performs Jacques Offenbach’s “Orpheus in the Underworld” (the Can-Can) on the drums alongside a group of adult musicians.

Without any paper in front, the 3-year-old boy memorizes all the diminuendos, crescendos, and accompanying rhythms. What’s more, Lyonya brings everything to an end with a mighty drum roll.

After giving amazing drum session, he stands up to receive a bouquet of flowers as well as to take a well-earned bow.

The extraordinary performance took place at the New State Concert Hall of Arnold Katz in Novosibirsk, Russia.

The 3-year-old Russian drummer also appeared on a Russian television show titled “Minute of Fame” earlier this year. It’s actually a competition similar to “America’s Got Talent.”