Pizza delivery guy asks family if he can play their piano and absolutely blows them away

Pizza delivery guy asks family if he can play their piano and absolutely blows them away

I don't expect much conversation or interaction from a pizza delivery man. If I'm getting a pizza delivery in the first place, I'm either enjoying company with friends, or I'm shamefully eating all the food I can while playing video games. Either way, I'm not stopping for a long chat with a stranger.

If the family in this story did the same, they would have gone without a particularly impressive encounter. One Hungry Howie's employee was handing over a pepperoni pizza to the Varchetti family when he noticed their piano. Bryce Dudal, the delivery boy, asked the family if he could play - and surprised them all with his secret talent.

As it turned out, the 18-year-old is a prodigy, and launched into a performance of Beethoven's 'Moonlight' Sonata, all from memory. According to the teen, he is self-taught, and has been playing since he was just six years old.

Julie Varchetti, speaking to The Washington Post, said that his performance was "beyond good". She shared a recording of him playing on Facebook, where the post amassed over 490,000 views and 3,700 shares. You can watch the pianist play in the video below:

"A lot of people sit down at the piano and play something slow and beautiful," Bryce told The Washington Post, "but when I play for someone, I like to go all out."

"All they see is a pizza delivery guy," Bryce said, explaining how he loves to surprise people with his hidden talent. And who can blame him? I know I'd be showing off my skills all the time if I was this good at playing the piano.