18-year-old Bryce Dudal from Michigan spotted a beautiful baby grand piano in a customer's home while delivering pizza and couldn't resist asking to play on it. The reportedly self-taught pianist didn't disappoint with his rendition of Beethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata.
An 18-year-old pizza delivery man is going viral after wowing his customers with his piano skills.
Bryce Dudal was delivering a Hungry Howie’s pepperoni pizza to the Varchetti family outside Detroit on Wednesday when he noticed their piano and asked if he could look at it.
The Varchettis invited the recent high school graduate into their home see the baby grand, which he then asked if he could play.
“He was just beyond good,” Julie Varchetti told the Washington Post.
Dudal, who said he's self-taught, wowed the family by playing the third movement of Beethoven’s “Moonlight” sonata from memory, the Post reports.
Julie recorded Dudal and shared the video on Facebook, which has since received over 4,000 shares and 2,000 likes.
Dudal’s musical abilities were so captivating, even the Varchetti’s 10-year-old son and his friend stopped paying video games to listen.
“A lot of people sit down at the piano and play something slow and beautiful. But when I play for someone, I like to go all out,” Dudal told the Post.
Beginning around the age of six, Dudal started playing music on his family’s small keyboard, listening to complicated songs and teaching himself how to recreate them. He eventually took lessons for several years until other hobbies took over his time.
While the soon-to-be college freshman will be attending Macomb Community College on a baseball scholarship, he said his newfound fame has renewed his passion for music.
Dudal told the Post he loves surprising people with his talent. “All they see is a pizza delivery guy.”
Michelle Gant is a writer and editor for Fox News Lifestyle.