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Published on Nov 16, 2010
recorded in 1958 (Hollander was 13 years old)
Lorin Hollander (1944) is a classical pianist who first played at Carnegie Hall at age 11. Hollander's father, Max Hollander, was an associate concertmaster for Toscanini. Encouraged by his father, Lorin Hollander gave his first public performance at age 5. At age 11, he made his debut at Carnegie Hall. At age 17, he experienced a crisis, after which he had to relearn how to play piano. Hollander went on to perform with major orchestras. In 1994, Hollander publicly revealed that he had had epilepsy for 30 years.
Hollander is also known as a lecturer on the topics of nurturing prodigies and human creativity.
Lorin was only 13 at the time of this recording in the summer of 1958.