Mr. Sándor Ede Pfeiffer

Quick Facts

Born: 02/23/1909, Körmend
Died: 03/23/1976, Pasadena, California
Spouse: Mrs. Judit Pfeiffer
Number of children: 2

In Hungary
Education: Liszt Academy of Music
Occupation: Assistant Professor, Liszt Academy of Music
Active role in the revolution: NO

In United States of America
Arrival: 1957 January, New Jersey
Occupation: violinist, teacher
Workplace: , Riverside, Pasadena, Los Angeles, California

Awards: Mr. Pfeiffer played as a violinist and did teaching work on many places. Played in the Savannah Symphony, played and tought in the Immaculate Heart Collage, Los Angeles and the Riverside Mater Maria.
He founded a private music studio in Pasadena.

Mr. Pfeiffer was an assistant professor at the Liszt Academy of Music. Then he was appointed to the music director position in the Viharsarok (Hódmezővásárhely, Gyula, Orosháza) by Bálint Hóman, the Minister of Religion and Education. Later he became the music director of the Hungarian Royal Conservatory, Budapest. After 1956 Mr. Pfeiffer continued his musician career in the USA.

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