Lorin Hollander was honored as a Stamps Distinguished Visitor at the University of Miami Frost School of Music in the first season, 2003-2004. 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 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. He has collaborated with many leading conductors, including, Bernstein, Haitink, Leinsdorf, Levine, Mehta, Monteux, Ormandy, Ozawa, Previn, Slatkin, Szell and Tilson Thomas.
For over 35 years, Hollander has led community outreach residencies at nearly 350 colleges, universities and conservatories throughout the world, holding interdisciplinary seminars on creativity, transformational education, the training of mentors and the integration of the arts, sciences and spirituality. He is the Artistic Advisor to the New England Conservatory Research Center and Music in Education National Consortium. With organizations such as the Young Presidents Organization, Hollander also works with corporate leaders on the new paradigms of leadership and explores a multi-cultural understanding of the nature of being human.
A nationally and internationally recognized spokesman for the transformation of education, Lorin Hollander has testified before the US Congress and various State Legislatures as a visionary and advocate for the arts in education. Hollander holds three honorary doctorates, and received the 2003 “Music Has Power” award from Oliver Sacks’ Institute for Music and Neurologic Function. He is an active participant in creating new paradigms for medicine and integral healing.