12-year-old cancer survivor makes his Carnegie Hall debut

Piano prodigy Daniel Colaner leads the audience through Chopin's "Fantaisie Impromptu."
0:51 | 11/28/17

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His ABC's Tom lamas. ??? That's Daniel colaner from Akron, Ohio leading the audience through chopin's fantasy impromptu. But to make it here Daniel had to do more than practice. He had to fight for his life. Playing piano part of his treatment to beat cancer. As an infant Daniel was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma, which affects the nervous system. At one point his family says he was only given a 25% chance to live. To keep his brain developing his family says doctors encouraged playing music. And once Daniel started, he couldn't stop. All that practice and the early years of chemotherapy made this moment even more incredible. For "Nightline" I'm Tom llamas in New York.

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