Beating Michael Jackson for the record of the youngest performer ever to headline a solo tour, Ethan Bortnick is a global phenomenon. He started playing the piano at the age of three, composed his first song at five years old and set the Guinness World Record for becoming the youngest headline entertainer at the age of six. Now, here at 10 years old, he sets another milestone as one of the youngest performers to star-in and co-compose all the music in a film - Anything Is Possible.
This album is a collection of music, from the film - "Anything is Possible"
Internationally renowned piano sensation Ethan Bortnick makes his film debut in Anything is Possible, an uplifting story of hope and family, featuring inspiring songs written and performed by the young musical star. Ten-year-old Nathan (Bortnick) is devastated when his mom is reported missing while serving on an overseas Army rescue mission. Feeling scared and alone, Nathan runs away from home only to find shelter from the city streets at a local orphanage. There, Nathan’s incredible talent at the piano is discovered, and he becomes the star attraction at a benefit concert to raise money for the orphanage. Inspired by the kindness of the people he met on his journey, Nathan holds on to the belief that his mom will come home and his family will be reunited. This heartwarming story proves that with love, compassion, selflessness and hope, anything is possible. Listen to the music, from this film, on this Sountrack album and you too will believe - Anything is Possible.
An entertainer and a humanitarian, Ethan has raised more than $30 million dollars for a variety of charities including the one closest to his heart, Children’s Miracle Network.
Ethan has been a repeated guest on The Tonight Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, as well as national news and entertainments shows in Canada, Brazil and Australia. Despite sharing the stage with superstars like Beyoncé, Natalie Cole, Nellie Furtado, Smokey Robinson and Patti La Belle, Ethan tells Oprah Winfrey during an interview about talented kids that, “We still have to stay humble.”