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22 May 2018, 17:19 | Updated: 17 May 2019, 17:45
He's become a household name around the world since his performance at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding – but here's the proof that Sheku's always been incredibly talented
Sheku Kanneh-Mason's name is on everyone's lips – he released a stunning debut album earlier this year, appeared on TV… oh and he performed at the wedding of the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex. You might have heard about that.
Sheku performed at the Royal Wedding on 19 May at St George's Chapel Windsor, in a service broadcast to millions around the globe. He created quite a sensation, even causing the #CelloBae hashtag to become a thing.
But this performance is from September 2014. At a concert in a remote part of Wales the Kanneh-Mason siblings performed a showcase of their talents.
Friday 19 Sept - 7:30pm— MOMA MACHYNLLETH (@momamachynlleth) September 18, 2014
The Kanneh-Mason Family
5 highly talented siblings aged 12-18.
Tickets: £5 Under 18: £1 pic.twitter.com/t69WghxxXT
Sheku and his sister Isata performed Fauré's Après un Rêve. And this was one of the pieces that Sheku played during the signing of the register at the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex last weekend.
Back in 2014, you can hear the magic and extraordinary potential in his playing. What an incredible story.
And here's a magical moment of Schubert from the 2018 Royal Wedding...
“It was such an awesome moment – just really incredible to perform for Prince Harry and Meghan at their wedding! The atmosphere was amazing and I’m proud to have played a small part in the celebrations. It’s a day I will remember for the rest of my life” pic.twitter.com/kKaMrs7cTS— Sheku Kanneh-Mason (@ShekuKM) May 20, 2018