Cantor Amy Goldstein

    Amy Goldstein has gained international renown for her remarkably versatile performances of opera, oratorio, Broadway, contemporary music, cantorial chanting, and for her critically acclaimed Naxos recordings for the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music.

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    Cantor Jacob Goldstein

    Protege of Moyshe Oysher, the great Cantor Jacob Goldstein z’l” (1933-1986), the youngest and last of the Golden Age cantors, is captured in a rare live recording directly from WEVD Jewish Radio Station, circa 1955.

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    Rabbi Daniel Goldstein

    Rabbi Daniel Goldstein is the Prinicipal of one of the largest yeshivas in New York State, the Talmudical Institute of Upper New York (TIUNY). The

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    Epstein Brothers Orchestra

    Cantor Amy Goldstein, grandaughter of klezmer trumpet player Willie Epstein, had the great privilige of not only growing up with the Epstein brothers but also performed with them from the age of ten throughout Florida with the bulk of performing done in the Southern Florida Century Villages.

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    Guest Soloist, Congregation Temple Or Elohim

    May 20, 2012

    Amy will serve as Guest Soloist at Congregation Temple Or Elohim in Jericho, NY, on May 20th, 2012


    An Evening of Yiddish Theater and Song

    May 7, 2012

    Amy will perform in an Evening of Yiddish Theater and Song at Temple Israel Center of White Plains, May 7th, 2012, with Cantors Jacob Mendelson, Robert Ableson, Herschel Fox, Fredda Rakusen Mendelson, and Daniel Mendelson.

    Temple Israel Center is located at 280 Old Mamaroneck Road White Plains, NY. For more information, call (914) 949-1642.

    Transcontinental Music

    March 22, 2012

    March 2012 – Amy was just offered her first contract with the world’s most preeminent Jewish publishing house, Transcontinental Music, for her editing of her father’s choral masterpiece, “Shalom Ba-Olam” (Cantor Jacob Goldstein). Ms. Goldstein is the full-time editor of all of the solo and choral works of her late father, Cantor Jacob Goldstein. She re-introduced her father’s choral work “Shalom Ba-Olam” in a 2006 combined HUC-JTS choir concert where she conducted the piece at the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. This upbeat, all-occasion piece is written for SATB choir and includes a substantial vocal solo based on the text “Amar Rabbi Elazar”. “Shalom Ba-Olam” will be published in Transcontinental Music’s next Choral Series, date TBA.

    Assistant High Holiday Cantor to Cantor Mo Glazman, Congregation Kol Ami

    In 2011, Amy served as Assistant High Holiday Cantor to Cantor Mo Glazman, at Congregation Kol Ami of White Plains, NY.

    The Music of the Composers of Terezin

    Amy performs at the Synaplex Concert, The Music of the Composers of Terezin, Script and concept by Amy Goldstein; Jonathan Faiman, piano; Jonathan Comisar, narrator; December 2011,  Congregation Kol Ami of White Plains, NY.

    The Theme of Light in Vocal Music

    Amy performs a Synaplex Concert at Congregation Kol Ami of White Plains, on theme of light in vocal music, December 2010, with Jonathan Faiman, piano.

    Amy Goldstein Appearances Fall 2010

    September 4, 2010toDecember 4, 2010

    September 4, 2010: Guest soloist, Selichot Service
    Bay Terrace Jewish Center, Bayside, NY with Cantor Victor Wartman

    December 3, 2010: Amy Goldstein – An Evening of Jewish Vocal Music with pianist Jonathan Faiman
    Congregation Kol Ami, 252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains, NY, 10606. Tel: 914-949-4717.

    December 4, 2010: An Evening of Yiddish Theater and Israeli Masterpieces
    With Cantors Jacob, Fredda and Daniel Mendelson.
    Larchmont Temple, 75 Larchmont Avenue, Larchmont NY, 10538 Tel: 914.834.6120.

    Guest soloist, Commemoration of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

    April 19, 2010
    6:30 pmto8:30 pm

    Guest soloist, Commemoration of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, sponsored by the Workmen’s Circle at Baruch College Center for the Performing Arts.

    Soloist and Director

    April 5, 2009

    Director of the Workmen’s Circle Choir and featured soloist for the Workmen’s Circle Annual Cultural Seder, Congregation Rodeph Sholom.

    Cantorial Scholar-in-Residence

    February 13, 2009

    Annual Sisterhood Shabbat, Temple Beth El Ner Tamid, Milwaukee, WI.