Multi-faceted musician who was a respected soloist and accompanist, playing with prominent musicians like
He was a student at the Budapest Conservatory for over 10 years from 1905 until 1917.
He began teaching at Baltimore, Maryland's Peabody Conservatory in 1960.
He married university professor Malvina Schweizer in 1936.
He was taught by famed composer and pianist Bela Bartok and was a respected interpreter of Bartok's works.