When he appeared on the stage of America’s Got Talent not so long ago, the North Carolina native astonished everyone with his skills on the violin.
Even though Tyler is only 11 years old, he played his violin with such expertise that it made everyone in the audience that night as well as those watching at home pleased by his performance. Tyler’s performance was broadcast live online. His performance left a lasting impression on the judges as well.
However, this was not the only exceptional trait that Tyler had. He also had a lot of drive. When the little boy was just four years old, he was tormented at school because he had leukemia, and as a reaction, he started learning how to play the violin.
The young Tyler had a hard time coping with the treatment since he began to lose his hair and was bullied at school because of it. However, he persevered through it.
According to Tyler, other students at the school spread rumors that his illness was contagious, which led to his being isolated while he was there.
In spite of this, he was ultimately successful in regaining his vigor and motivation after stumbling over an advertisement for free violin lessons that were being provided after school. He was just seven years old when he started learning how to play the violin for the first time.
He said, “All I did was practice in my bedroom, and the more I did it, the better I grew.” “All I did was practice in my bedroom.” “There was nothing out of the ordinary about it.”
When I play the violin, it takes my mind off of the stressful things that have been happening in my life.
It would seem that as soon as he played “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger” on his violin, everyone instantly fell head over heels in love with him. Even Simon Cowell was able to be persuaded to become a passionate admirer of his work because to his persuasiveness.
“Tyler, I’d want to extend my congratulations to you! We are all really impressed with the work that you have done, and as a result, you have every right to feel rather proud of yourself.