Arpád Sándor was a significant Hungarian pianist, well known as an accompanist to great worldwide singers and violinists. He was students on the Royal Academy of Music in Budapest, where he examined structure with Zoltán Kodály and piano with Béla Bartók. He graduated in 1922. His initial trip to america is at 1922, when he toured as an accompanist. He proved helpful as an arts journalist and critic for the Berliner Tageblatt newspaper. When Hitler seized power in Germany in 1933, Sándor still left for america that same calendar year. There he often toured with Lily Pons, Jascha Heifetz, and many more, and documented with Fritz Kreisler. He became a naturalized US resident in 1943. He was the cousin of Hungarian-American pianist György Sándor.