South African Taiwanese girl Ying-Shan Tseng is blind yet this child prodigy performs Tchaikovsky and Mozart piano concertos at the tender age of 8. I read about Tseng from an article in the UK's Daily Mail newspaper. How does she learn music, you may ask? The sheet music or score is in Braille music format.
About Ying-Shan, she started playing at the age of 4 and has won many young junior piano competitions in South Africa. Her piano teacher - Elise Van Harken (sp?) realised her talent when she learned within one month, songs that normal sighted kids learned in several months. She's an inspiration to her teacher, with her amazing perseverance and dedication
South African news - Tv Show - Carte Blanche. This following clip tells her story.
2009 News Video on Ying - Shan
Her most recent performance on Youtube - in May 2011
A recital showcase age 7, in South Africa - later in the video she performs the theme to the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto.