Someone needs to sign this pizza man, fast

The Varchetti family of Detroit ordered a pizza from Hungry Howie’s.

The delivery guy, 18, saw a piano and asked if he could play it.

Heck the boy can play. He’s called Bruce Dudal.

share this

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on google
  • Yesterday we had François-René Duchâble playing that same 3rd mvt from Beethoven’s Moonlight sonata apparently retiring -again- from the stage. I guess he could be passing the torch to this pizza man -with strangely enough- a French sounding last name: Dudal. Maybe Duchâble could help the young delivery guy fine tune his playing: he ovbiously needs some tutoring, although he definitely has a real talent.

  • The boy is impressive for sure, but to do anything serious with that talent, a teacher would have to take him several steps backwards before moving forwards again. Everything is done from his wrists and forearms – you can see tremendous tension in his forearms, which is bad. The whole performance looks like a huge effort. This is not playing from the shoulders, and therefore not a weight technique – as used by Rubinstein, Horowitz, Cherkassky, Argerich and anyone else of supreme mastery. My concern would be that it would be very difficult for a young guy to stop playing like that for a while and re-learn his technique. Hopefully he has the will-power to do it, otherwise he will disintegrate into a circus-freak style showpiece for a while and then fade.

  • >