Adamowski, Timothée, Polish-American violinist, conductor, teacher, and composer, brother of Joseph Adamowski; b. Warsaw, March 24, 1857; d. Boston, April 18, 1943. He was a pupil of Katski and Roguski at the Warsaw Cons, (graduated, 1874) before completing his studies at the Paris Cons. In 1879 he made his first tour of the U.S., and then was a violinist in the Boston Sym. Orch. (1884–86; 1889–1907) and conductor of its summer pops concerts (1890–94; 1900–1907). In 1888 he founded the Adamowski String Quartet. With his brother Joseph and his sister-in-law Antoinette Szumowska, he organized the Adamowski Trio in 1896. From 1908 to 1933 he taught violin at the New England Cons, of Music in Boston. He composed works for violin and piano, and songs.
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