A Lithuanian accordion player who covers Lady Gaga has landed a major record deal in the UK.
Twenty-two-year-old Martynas Levickis, a world champion virtuoso accordion player, and graduate of London's Royal Academy of Music, has landed a classical deal.
The Lithuania's Got Talent winner said he aims to bring the keyboard to a wider audience, as the first accordion player to be signed by Decca Classics.
His album, which will be released this summer, includes classical standards such as Air On A G String, Hungarian Dance and Rondo Alla Turca, as well as Lady Gaga's chart-topper Telephone.
Levickis' talent was developed after his godfather gave him a tiny accordion as a child in his native Lithuania.
He studied with one of his country's leading teachers at the Saulius Sondeckis Music School before graduating from London's Royal Academy of Music.
Paul Moseley, managing director of Decca Classics, said: