|Date of Birth||27 May 1891, Châlons-sur-Marne, Marne, France [now Châlons-en-Champagne]|
|Date of Death||3 January 1985, Los Angeles, California, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Prolific composer, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, clarinetist and educator, educated at the Conservatory of Dijon and the Philadelphia Musical Academy. He studied with Paul Fauchet, Georges Caussades, and Gabriel Pares. In 1935: Officier d'Academie, in France. He arrived in the United States in 1918 and became an American citizen in 1923. He arranged for the Philadelphia Orchestra (where he was a bass clarinetist), and conducted the orchestras at Interlochen, Michigan, where he served as professor of music. Also, USC conductor, the Balle Russe de Monte Carlo. He was later associated with the musical-instrument manufacturer G. Leblanc Company while residing in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he conducted the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra through 1960. Cailliet was a personal friend and at one time a neighbor in Beverly Hills, California of José Iturbi, who appeared with Cailliet in symphony concerts.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Louis Rugani