Lavinia Ramirez's first public performance came just six weeks after her first piano lesson.
The 2-year-old "Mini Mozart" wowed with her perfect rendition on "Mary Had a Little Lamb," quickly earning her the title of "Britain's youngest piano playing star."
"Usually children that young are not able to control themselves and do what they are told. And they don't have the understanding. It takes a certain amount of intellect, being able to listen to what comes out of the piano normally doesn't come early. Normally they just run down the keys and get bored," Lavinia's teacher, Matej Lehocky, told This is Plymouth.
"To (play) at just over two years old is something extraordinary, so unheard off, so special."
Lavinia played before an audience of 200 at the Plymouth Piano School's end-of-term concert at a local church hall after just 8 piano lessons.
"She can play 'Old MacDonald had a Farm' using both hands at once. I think in about eight months' time she will be able to sit a Grade One exam. I can't recall anyone doing that at the age of three," Lehocky said.
Lehocky, an accomplished pianist with three diplomas from the Prague Conservatory of Music, told The Telegraph that he expects "extraordinary results" from the prodigy if she chooses to continue with the piano.
Neither of Lavinia's parents are musical.
"I'd love to be able to play. I don't know where Lavinia gets her brains from — she's more intelligent than me. She told me what a trapezium was the other day. I didn't know," Lavinia's mother, Jenna, said.
Jenna says she won't force Lavinia to play, although they have upgraded the tot's toy piano to a larger one:
"Sometimes she'll play on and off all day, sometimes she goes a week without playing. We let her decide. As for the future, we won't push her. We just want to allow her skill to develop naturally," she told the Daily Mail.