Jaime Laredo was first prize winner of the coveted Queen Elisabeth of Belgium competition at the age of 17. Since then he has appeared as soloist with virtually every major orchestra here and abroad including those of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, London and Prague, with such conductors as Szell, Ormandy, Munch, Leinsdorf, Stokowski, Ozawa, Mehta and Barenboim. In addition to his many concert tours he has appeared at the White House and at all the most famed summer festivals. Among Mr. Laredo's recordings are two prize winning discs, the Beethoven Triple Concerto with Rudolph Serkin and Leslie Parnas, and a series of sonata recordings with pianist Ruth Laredo. Since 1978 he has played as a member of the Kalichstein/Laredo/Robinson trio.