HomeArticlePianist Ethan Bortnick's net worth is $3, Million, Know about his career and awards
Pianist Ethan Bortnick's net worth is $3, Million, Know about his career and awards
Updated On 01 Dec, 2016 Published On 01 Dec, 2016
Bortnick began Playing Keyboard at the age of 3 and was composing music at the age of five. Four years Later, at the age of 9, Bortnick became the youngest artist to have his own National PBS Concert that runs for 60 minutes and 90 minutes. Bortnick made his concert l debut with his own musical band "Bortnick Bortnick and His Musical Time Machine in 2010 on the USA. His other performance included the Beatles favorite ‘Let It Be’, besides that he presented the original compositions to his fans, including ‘PBS You're The Best’ a song in the honor of network.
16-year-old piano sensation Ethan Bortnick has amazed all of us through his unbelievable talent. He is not only a pianist but also a singer, composer, songwriter, actor and musician.
With his extraordinary talent, the Little Genius has collected almost 3 Million USD. Considering his wonderful career this is not a surprise that he has managed to earn such an amazing net worth. Let us discuss his career.
Bortnick Bortnick's Career
Bortnick began playing keyboard at the age of 3 and started composing music at the age of five. Four years Later, at the age of 9, Bortnick became the youngest artist to have his own National PBS Concert.
He made his concert debut with his own musical band "Bortnick Bortnick and His Musical Time Machine' in 2010 in the USA.
A year later, Bortnick actually became the youngest musician and an entertainer ever to go on a national tour.
On 2009, Bortnick performed at Muhammad Ali's event to raise the fund for Parkinson’s disease and also for many other charities.
The event was held on for two nights. Likewise, in 2011, he recorded his first album in Alabama, Produced by the Grammy award winning Songwriter Gary Baker.
The show received a 100% positive feedback. Apart from that during the tour, he used to visit local hospitals so that he could perform for the kids who were not able to see his tour, due to illness. Sweet Isn't it?