Louis Rebeiro is a remarkable young talent in the world of music. At just 17 years old, he has achieved an astonishing level of proficiency as a self-taught multi-instrumentalist. Louis's musical journey began at an early age, and by the time he was 10 years old, he gained widespread recognition when a viral video of him playing the piano caught the world's attention.
His exceptional talent led him to appear on "Little Big Shots" alongside host Shane Jacobson, showcasing his musical prowess to a global audience. Not content with just one instrument, Louis mastered the piano, guitar, saxophone, harmonica, and trumpet, displaying a versatility that belies his age.
In 2021, Louis Rebeiro's dedication and skill paid off as he clinched two gold medals at The World Championship of Performing Arts held in Los Angeles, a testament to his remarkable abilities as a performer. His talent also took him across international borders, as he was featured on "Good Morning Italy" alongside the renowned Italian singer-songwriter Albano.
Louis is not confined to the studio or stage; he has graced various Blues venues in Memphis as a guest performer, earning his stripes in the heartland of the Blues. In his hometown of Perth and throughout Regional Western Australia, Louis and his band, "Louis Rebeiro & The Blues Machine," regularly deliver electrifying performances that blend Blues, Rock, and Jazz.
His bandmates, including the equally talented 17-year-old multi-instrumentalist Ryan Herbert and the exceptional drummer Felix Lemann, who studied at WAAPA and currently teaches music at various schools form a powerful ensemble that keeps audiences captivated.
In addition to his regular performances, Louis is in demand as a session musician, contributing his skills to various other bands and musical projects. With his boundless passion and undeniable talent, Louis Rebeiro is undoubtedly a rising star in the world of music, and his future in the industry looks exceptionally bright.