A six-year-old musical prodigy has returned to dazzle the SAR with his skill at the piano. Wesley Chu Tin-lun's latest performance in Hong Kong featured his own music alongside that of another young genius, Mozart. Canadian-born Tin-lun said he started playing piano when he was aged just three, taught by his music teacher mother at home in Calgary. He passed his Grade Nine Pianoforte Examination at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, taking just one year to reach that high standard. In August last year, aged just five, he became the youngest person to pass Grade 10 with honours. Tin-lun's extraordinary career so far has seen him play for Britain's Queen Elizabeth, at Canada's 130th birthday celebrations in Ottawa. And last year he played for the Asian Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) in Vancouver. In his SAR New Year Concert, with Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Tin-lun played a piece he had written for the APEC performance, called Sharing. He has written four pieces of music so far, saying his favourite was 'just like lots of monkeys jumping around and eating bananas'. For a six-year-old, Tin-lun is a proper gentleman on stage but off it he is like any other mischievous boy of his age. 'This is a memorable performance,' he said during his concert at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium. He said he did not get stage fright. 'I look at the audience as if they were stars in the sky or just like crowds in the street,' he added. His New Year performance also featured two of his favourites by Mozart - Piano Concerto No 8 and a solo of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star in 12 variations. Tin-lun said he practised at least two hours a day but did not get bored. 'The melodies are nice and it's good fun,' he said. Light, upbeat pieces are his favourites. His mother, Lucia Lau Wai-wai, said inspiration to write new music often came suddenly. His parents recorded the tunes and Tin-lun could then work on them later. Mrs Lau said her son had just composed some music for an American television show. Tin-lun has been to Hong Kong five times. His parents emigrated from the territory nine years ago. He made a big impression last summer, playing at a charity show with Canto-pop star Andy Lau Tak-wah.