TwoSet Violin just got roasted by a kid.
On Sunday (09/20), the classical comedy duo (composed of Eddy Chen and Brett Yang) shared a new video where they booked a master class with Singaporean violin prodigy Chloe Chua.
We had a lesson with prodigy violinist Chloe Chua!— TwoSet Violin (@TwoSetViolin) September 20, 2020
Full video ➡️ https://t.co/VnBS6rEv3e pic.twitter.com/XP32zENgC3
In the video, the 13-year-old world-class violinist guides Chen and Yang as they learn how to play 'Paganiniana,' one of the most difficult pieces in the violin repertoire, and completely roasts them (rather sweetly). The 17-minute clip sees Chua give the comedic duo—who have been playing violin for over 20 years—tips and demonstrations on how to play the piece better and easier.
Violin prodigy Chloe Chua on how she found her calling – watch
Chua rose to fame after her stunning performance of Antonio Vivaldi's 'Winter' and becoming 2018's joint winner of the Junior 1st Prize at the Menuhin Competition in Geneva.
TwoSet Violin have been sharing videos that depict life as a classical musician since 2014, inspiring musicians across the globe with their sense of humor and lamentable "imperfectness."
Watch the video below.
Check out Bandwagon's interview with Chloe Chua below.