Jerzy Fitelberg was a Polish composer. He analyzed music in Warsaw along with his dad, conductor and violinist Grzegorz Fitelberg, and discovered to try out percussion in the orchestra from the Country wide Theatre. Carrying out a period of research in the Warsaw Conservatory, Fitelberg went to the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin from 1922 to 1926, learning structure with Walter Gmeindl and Franz Schreker. In 1928, his String Quartet No. 2 received first prize inside a competition from the Association of Small Polish Music artists in Paris, and his Violin Concerto No. 1 was presented around the 1929 concert from the International Culture for Modern Music. Between 1933 and 1939, Fitelberg resided in Paris, and moved to NY, where he became a member of the American Little league of Composers. His String Quartet No. 4 received the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Honor in 1937, and his String Quartet No. 5 received a lifetime accomplishment award from your American Academy of Arts and Characters in 1945. He became a U.S. resident in 1947.