itzhak perlman - ReYep
At the age of four, Perlman, who contracted polio, managed to learn to walk with the help of crutches and leg braces in a short period by practicing for a year to recover. After leaving the hospital, she enrolled in the Tel Aviv Music Academy with an American-Israeli Cultural Foundation scholarship and began violin studies with Rivka Goldgart. By the age of seven, she had performed with the Ramat-Gan Orchestra in Tel Aviv and the Radio Orchestra in Jerusalem, showcasing her talent. At just ten years old in 1955, the young violinist gave her first solo recital, being recognized as a musical prodigy in Israel, despite the challenges posed by her inherited condition.