Gabriel Hollander is a classically trained pianist and conductor based in Brussels, Belgium. He studied piano at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel in the class of Daniel Blumenthal and Hans Ryckelynck. After his Bachelor’s degree, he did an Erasmus Exchange at the Leipziger Hochschule Für Musik und Theater to study with Markus Tomas. In 2015, he completed his Master’s recital in Brussels while studying with Boyan Vodenitcharov.

Next to piano and chamber music, Gabriel has also been interested in orchestral conducting, which he has studied during different masterclasses in England and Germany. He had among his conducting teachers the notable conductors Dominique Rammaert, Rodolfo Salgimbeni, Denise Ham Toby Purser, and Kenneth Kiesler. His conducting debut was in May 2014 with Mozart piano concerto, KV 459, with Severin von Eckardstein as the soloist.

Gabriel Hollander is a laureate of several competitions, for example Jong-Tenuto, Rotary Brueghel and Dexia Classics.