Music: Teen-Age Virtuoso

Lorin Hollander is a poised, redheaded 15-year-old who collects tropical fish, loves water-skiing and plays the piano with the aplomb of a seasoned virtuoso. Word about Lorin has been spreading in the musical world since the evening, three years ago, when he sat down with Manhattan's Little Orchestra Society as a last-minute substitute soloist and dashed off Ravel's tortuous Concerto in G Major as if he owned it. Last week, impassive as ever, Lorin appeared on the Telephone Hour (NBCTV) playing Chopin's Waltz in C-Sharp Minor and an excerpt from Saint-Saën's Fifth Piano...

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