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How a boy with autism and a prodigious talent navigates Berklee College and a performing career

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By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / February 9, 2010

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The scrawny kid with the squeaky voice and Harry Potter glasses, the jazz prodigy from Sudbury whose feet didn’t reach the piano pedals when he began performing and recording, the autistic grade-schooler who dazzled everybody from Dave Brubeck to David Letterman with his keyboard wizardry, is growing up. (Full article: 1142 words)

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