After studies in Strasbourg and Paris, he became a répétiteur at the opera house in Strasbourg in 1933, remaining there until his retirement in 1972, including periods as co-director from 1955–60 and director from 1960–1972.
His compositions include ballets, symphonies and two operas, Judith (1948, Strasbourg) and Le voyage vers l'étoile (1954, Strasbourg).
- Pitt C. Frédéric Adam. In: The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. Macmillan, London and New York, 1997.
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