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Charlotte Brenes, marketing director for Imagin Art Publishing, says Yin is "an amazing talent" and could easily join the ranks of two of the company's notable clients, Victoria Yin and former child prodigy Alexandra Nechita, as long as she continues to mature as an artist.
A child prodigy with a vast knowledge of nature, she was admitted to the UO before finishing high school.
Composer Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849), one of the great masters of Romantic music, was a child prodigy pianist who, at age seven, wrote his first musical score--a polonaise.
Former child prodigy Cara Dillon's singing career has seen her performing with Oige, De Dannan and the highly lauded folk supergroup Equation with Seth and Sam Lakeman.
Stephen Shore was a child prodigy of photography, taking his first photo by age 6 and exhibiting by age 14.
5 IF YOU HAPPEN to come skate my ramp and you're one of those child prodigy type of kids, just keep it to yourself.
Salzman's introspective and poignant novel examines the life of a child prodigy whose world-class musical gifts fail him in adolescence, leaving him without a clear place in his universe.
He revealed himself early on as a child prodigy, entering Yale at age fifteen.
FORMER child prodigy and country girl LeAnne grows up with an album more rock'n'roll than Nashville, explaining in the raunchy Destructive: "Sick of being perfect with the perfect little smile".
Born John Stephens, Legend was a child prodigy who grew up in Ohio, where he began singing gospel and playing piano at the age of 5.
Jefferson offers a scathing critique of the evolving world of Michael Jackson--who rose from child prodigy to biggest star in the world to relative ignobility.
Inez Roseman was a child prodigy, a musician so gifted that she ascended to the row of first violinists of the San Francisco Symphony almost before brushing out her pigtails: She married young--the handsome law School-bound son of her violin teacher--and embarked on the kind of charmed life that draws the admiring eyes of others, even if you don't happen to be known as "Beautiful Inez.

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