around 1911 in Vilna, Polish Lithuania.
According to David Rogow, he was a student in Vilna
University. He had heard that a group of students who
had enjoyed themselves with Polish speech, used to
perform for the Yiddish youth of the academy. Across in
the Yiddish Vilna ghetto, alone he wrote the text to the
thing and that he performed.
According to Israel Segal, S.'s mother was a sister of
the known composer Dunayevski, who S. had appeared with
and searched for in 1941 in Moscow. S. earlier was a
student in the Vilna University and afterwards he had
taken to performing with the "Yuranda Chorus".
Vilna Ghetto he had participated in, in Yiddish, several
revue productions, especially in [janr-] songs.
killed at the hands of the Germans, together with
Yekutiel Rutenberg and Chutriel Broyda in a camp near
Shapiro (....year), was a director and artist of the
small, student ensemble "Pikolo", author of songs, he
had alone directed. He was sent away to Estonia, from
there to Koenigsberg, from where he was together with
other men, with hundreds of Vilna Jews....with him
returned the brother his Marek."
Sh. E. David Rogow and Israel Segal.
Katsherginski -- "The Destruction of Vilna", New York,
1947, p. 230.