Japanese born pianist Hiromi Uehara is one of those unique performers who might not be the greatest musician technically, but supplements her music with a joy that makes her concerts great. Check out this jazzy little ditty, courtesy of oneinchpunch:
Music fans who are a little more fastidious might be more interested in Nobuyuki Tsujii. While he was born blind, he had a gift for music and began banging out jingle bells on a toy piano at the age of two. Here he is during the recording of Rachmaninoff’s 2nd concerto in Berlin.