Instrument: PianoDonation for Lessons: Euro 76 for each video lesson
Victor Goldberg studied with renowned pianists Jerome Lowenthal, Alexander Shtarkman, Constance Keene, Alexander Volkov, and Mark Shaviner in The Juilliard School, the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, Tel Aviv University, and the Manhattan School of Music, where he was the first instrumentalist in the school’s history to be awarded the prestigious Artist Diploma in Performance. He is a recipient of full scholarships from all of the aforementioned music institutions, as well as America-Israel Cultural Foundation awards.
Victor Goldberg Is A Winnerof the 2008 Pro Musicis International Award, the Artist Recognition Award at the International Keyboard Festival in New York, Vladimir Horowitz International Piano Competition, and the Arianne Katcz Piano Competition. He has performed extensively in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Recent appearancesinclude numerous, prestigious New York venues, such as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, and Bargemusic, Wiener Konzerthaus, Vienna
Master ClassesRecent Masterclass engagements include Universities and music conservatories across Asia, including the oldest University in Asia, University of Santo Thomas.
Victor Goldberg gives training lessons at the Online Academy on base of an humanitarian act to support Lions Club Vienna MozART to realize its projects.
International Performancesinclude the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada; Tenerife Auditorium in Canary Islands, Congress Hall in Kiev, Ukraine; Spiegelsaal Schloss in Rheinsberg, Germany; Tel Aviv Museum of Arts and Jerusalem Music Center in Israel, as well as recitals in Austria, Canary Islands, and Spain.
United States PerformancesIn the United States, Mr. Goldberg’s recent performances include the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC; Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts in Chicago, IL; ProMusicis International Concert Series in Boston, MA, as well as numerous solo appearances in Michigan, Connecticut, Maine, Florida, Colorado, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
China and South-East Asia PerformancesAs part of his 2010 debut tour in China and South-East Asia, Victor Goldberg performed recitals in Tianjin Concert Hall and Wuhan Qintai Concert Hall in China, Philamlife Auditorium in Manila, Philippines, the Embassy of Israel in Yangon, Myanmar, and the Goethe Institut Auditorium in Bangkok, Thailand.
Benefit Concerts He also performs a number of benefit concerts, including the Best of Israel benefit concert for Israeli children at Norwalk Symphony Hall, a benefit concert for the Tel Aviv University in Vienna, Austria, and benefit concerts for the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, Jewish Community Relations Council, Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, and Hadassah.
Chamber Music An active chamber musician, Victor Goldberg was in the spotlight at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival of Yale University, performing with various chamber ensembles in five different concert events.
Official Representative Victor Goldberg is an official representative of the Speakers Bureau of the Jewish National Fund. For his achievement in music, he was recognized by the World Congress of Russian Jewry, which honored him with the Artistic MasteryAward.
Radio BroadcastingHis solo and chamber performances can often be heard on the classical music station of The New York Times—WQXR, including the McGraw-Hill Young Artist Showcase with Bob Sherman and Reflections from the Keyboard with David Dubal, as well as Boston’s WBGH and Chicago’s WFMT
FestivalsVictor Goldberg has also been presented by the Washington Performing Arts Society and performed at major festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival, the International Keyboard Festivalin New York, Sarasota Music Festival in Florida, Pianofest in the Hamptons, the Festival de La Ribagorza in Spain, the International Piano Festivals in the Canary Islands and Chiang Mai Music Festival in Thailand.
Tchaikovsky: Autumn Song from The Season
Schumann, Op 12 no. 1-3 "Des Abends", "Aufschwung", "Warum?"
Scarlatti - Sonata in E Major, K 380
C.P,E. Bach “Fantasia in F sharp
Scriabin Sonata no. 5 Op. 53 "The Poem of Ecstasy"