Meet Tiara Abraham — a 10-year-old who realised that she is musically gifted at the age of five when she burst into vibrato while singing Happy Birthday and was in college by the time she was seven years. And now the US-resident has released a Christmas album called Winter Nightingale in six languages.
All of this may sound far-fetched but this child prodigy continues to impress the world with her intellect and musical prowess. The album features nine songs from across the world, sung in English, Spanish, Italian, German, Latin, and French.
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Tiara came up with the idea of the album after she performed at venues like the Carnegie Hall in New York. The album was completed in a span of three weeks. She spent 19 hours in recording sessions and five hours in the post-recording sessions.
Speaking to American Bazaar Online, Tiara said, “They (her family) would all help me, when they could. And my brother was a big help too, as he has a good musical ear, and he can tell the ‘goods’ and ‘bads’ of recording.” She is now working towards her dream of becoming an Opera Soprano singer.
Tiara is not the only person from her family to be in the spotlight. Her brother Tanishq came into prominence as a contestant in a reality show called Child Genius. He has already graduated from college with three degrees to his name. With such high IQs, it comes as no surprise that both siblings are amongst the youngest members of Mensa, the high IQ society.
Yes, genius really seems to run in their family.