Samuel Chotzinoff Edit Profile
Chotzinoff's early musical articles began to appear in 'Vanity Fair' and other American
magazines in 1923, and on the resignation of Deems Taylor he became music
editor of the 'New York World', one of the most important of the metropolitan
A former producer at NBC, he was the author of a highly controversial.
At ten, Samuel began taking piano lessons under Jeanne Franko, and later under Oscar Skach, at the Columbia University in New York. Chotzinoff also studied theory and composition at this University under Daniel Gregory Mason. He also pursued a general academic course at this University.
He reached the peak of his career as accompanist when in 1919, he undertook a tour with celebretad violinist Jascha Heifetz.