Ever come across a piano player so good that he can play Beethoven and still delivers pizza?
Bryce Dudal, 18, is not your average pizza delivery boy but he self-learned to play Beethoven at a young age of 6.
Bryce has been delivering Hungry Howie’s pepperoni pizza, supporting his college tuition fees during the summer, to a family when he spotted a baby grand piano and asked the permission of the family if he could play it.
Little did the family know they have piano virtuoso in their midst delivering the pizza to them.
Even the family’s 10-year old son and his friend paused their video playing to listen to Bryce’s piano playing.
Bryce self-learned playing complicated songs and translating them to musical notes when he was six on a small keyboard. He even included in his own lessons on how to play the theme song of Scooby-Doo.
Bryce’s father, a retired police officer, and his mother, a surgical technician, signed up Bryce for piano lessons when he grew older. Eventually that small keyboard grew into a bigger keyboard that later became a piano in Bryce’s living room.
“A lot of people sit down at the piano and play something slow and beautiful. But when I play for someone, I like to go all out,” Bryce said.
When in high school, basketball took over his life leaving his love for piano playing in the back burner.
Bryce will be attending Macomb Community College on a baseball scholarship but Bryce said his viral fame of piano playing reignited his passion for music.
Now, next time we see a pizza delivery boy, ask him for his other skills you will never know if you don’t.
Watch Brye Played Beethoven’s “Moonlight” sonata from memory