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Arnold Volpe

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Arnold Volpe (July 9, 1869 – February 2, 1940) was a Lithuanian-born American composer and conductor. He composed mainly chamber music, including a string quartet, as well as a mazurka for violin and orchestra. He founded both the Lewisohn Stadium Concerts in New York City and the symphony orchestra at the University of Miami, and he conducted five productions for the Washington National Opera, a semi-professional company founded in 1919 and not associated with its current namesake, beginning late in its first season. He was related to the composer Stefan Wolpe.
He was born on July 9, 1869. He migrated from Russian Empire to the United States in 1898. He married Marie Michelson. He died on February 2, 1940 in Miami, Florida. His widow died in 1970.