He’s Got The Keys
Abhay Goyle certainly could be the envy of his friends and other children of his age. The musical prodigy Abhay achieved the top slot of the Trinity College of London grade 7 exam excelling in diverse themes such as devotional, patriotic, golden Hindi and English melodies. He has acquired the inside out of piano player and by virtue of this has shared his experience with the stalwarts in music like Dr. L Subramanium, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Nitin Mukesh, Pankaj Udhas, Jagjit Singh, Amjad Ali Khan, Anup Jalota, and Alka Yagnik.
Recalling the beginning of his love for music, Abhay tried to emulate his grandfather on the piano by trying the song ‘Om Jai Jagdish Hare’ and after two days he perfected playing the song on piano. Since then another nine years passed and he meaningfully has transformed the event of playing the first song on piano to the accomplished piano player. Now, he does not require two days to play a new tune on the piano; it has become a child’s play to him.
Piano is one thing that would stay with him forever, but he has other intentions too. Being in the class X, he is busy preparing his secondary board exam with the same interest and zeal that he used in learning piano. His father is a businessman in the field of restaurants that he wants to learn first through a course in hotel management and then gets associated with it. He gets regular requests to play piano at special gatherings, but his attention is now on the books to perform better in his tenth board exam. He also misses his other love of playing football, basketball, and tennis.
His name has gone in the Limca Book of Records as the youngest talent on the piano and again the youngest music composer for the Bollywood film V3 (Now in its pre-production stage). He gives all the credits for his success at this young age to his parents, especially the mother, who plans his day keeping in mind his studies, tuitions, Western music classes. He attained the stardom on piano at the age of eight with the help of his parents, which he feels other parents would provide to their children to promote the piano. Schools too come forward to promote piano learning through the participation of renowned artists, he added.
I wish Abhay success in his all future endeavors.