Lorin Hollander is a world-renowned concert pianist with a continuously acclaimed 50-year international career that began with a Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 11. Lorin Hollander was an infant child prodigy who composed music at age three and performed Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier at five. Since then, he has appeared as guest soloist with virtually every major symphony orchestra in the world and is a veteran of over 2,500 performances: orchestral, recital, lecture/recital, chamber music - as well as symphony and choral conductor. Mr. Hollander has collaborated with the leading conductors of our time, among them: Bernstein, Haitink, Leinsdorf, Levine, Mehta, Monteux, Ormandy, Ozawa, Previn, Slatkin, Szell and Tilson Thomas. His multiple repeat engagements include the orchestras of Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Washington’s National Symphony. International audiences have heard him in performances with the London Philharmonic, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, ORTF of Paris, Berlin Symphony, Warsaw Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony, New Tokyo Philharmonic and Sydney Symphony Orchestra, among dozens of others. Mr. Hollander was the only soloist on the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s ten-week World Tour, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. His own recital series was telecast nationally on PBS, he performed on the soundtrack of Sophie's Choice and he has recorded for RCA Victor, Columbia, Angel, Delos and PianoDisc.