Adrian Romoff from "Child Genius" is one of the contestants featured in Season 2 of the Lifetime reality competition series. He previously was one of the Top 47 acts in Season 9 of the NBC talent competition series "America's Got Talent" in 2014. He is ten years old and lives in Peachtree City, Georgia. His interests include music and chemistry.

"America's Got Talent"

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Adrian Romoff discovered the piano at age four and taught himself to play under the careful eye of his mother, Olga Romoff, who is a violin teacher. He gave his first concert at age five and has since played countless public concerts and recitals. In December 2011, Adrian won first prize in an International Talent Competition at Carnegie Hall, which led to a guest appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Adrian returned to Carnegie Hall twice more and recently performed at the ClaviCologne International Piano Festival in Germany. He won the C. Merrell Calhoun Prodigy Award and recently gained acceptance into The Juilliard School.

Adrian's passions are not limited to piano. He knows three languages and enjoys reading, listening to classical music and spending time with his family and friends. His idols include Albert Einstein and Russian-American pianist Vladimir Horowitz.

"Child Genius"

Adrian can clearly be described as a genius — he has skipped six grades in school and is embracing the life of a high school student. With both sides of his brain in full gear, this bow-tied eccentric is an extraordinary intellectual, as well as being an acclaimed musical prodigy.

Adrian is a clear contender to take the "Child Genius" title. He knows how to work under pressure from his piano competitions and has a leg up having already performed on NBC's "America's Got Talent." Adrian is one to watch in this competition.




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Age: ∼11 years old
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA
Hometown: Peachtree City, GA
Current Residence: Peachtree City, GA





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