Watch this adorable toddler belt out a song from 'Les Miserables'

While ​"Les Misérables" is perhaps one of the greatest Broadway musicals of all time, it typically requires a somewhat grown-up and mature audience to fully appreciate it due to its focus on the 19th-century Revolutionary-era France. One little boy, however, has come to appreciate the show's music so much that he's memorized every word.

In the video above, 3-year-old Koen Frehner belts out the show's most classic tune "Do You Hear The People Sing?" conceived by composer Claude-Michel Schöenberg.

The toddler, who sports a bright orange arm cast undoubtedly signed by all of his pre-school buddies, builds up confidence throughout the video as he belts out to the empowering song.

The sweet little blonde seems to have the lyrics memorized and has infused his rendition with passion and charisma. Our favorite part of the video is definitely the tot's one-armed gestures. The kid's got some moves!

No pitch is too high for this toddler as he nails even the trickiest of notes. Well, maybe he doesn't exactly nail them, but his version has way more character.

We'll see you on Broadway, Koen!

Watch this video to see the film's cast performing at the Oscars:

Les Mis Oscar Medley: Les Miserables Stars All Perform
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