Faculty of Performance, Visual Arts and Communications

School of Music


Leopold Lichtenberg

b. San Francisco, 22.22.1861 d. Brooklyn, New York, 16.5.1935

Teachers: Beaujardin (in San francisco), Henryk Weiniawski (when on tour in the USA, and subsequently in Brusssels).

Associates: trio with Adèle Margulies (piano) and Victor Herbert, later Leo Schulz (cello). Other associates at National Conservatory; Andton Seidl, Rafael Joseffy, Horatio Parker, Dvořák.

Professional appointments: member of Theodore Thomas Orchestra, and of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Principal violin professor at the National Conservatory, New York (appointed 1888).

Pupils: Arthur Judson.


  • Arensky: Berceuse (G. Schirmer, 1899).
  • Franck: Sonata in A (G. Schirmer, 1915).
  • Grieg: Sonata, Op 45 (G. Schirmer, 1910).