Tamara Goldstein

Tamara Goldstein

Adjunct Faculty

  • Faculty
  • College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Lamont School of Music

What I do

Adjunct Faculty, Piano

Professional Biography

Pianist Tamara Goldstein enjoys a varied career as a chamber musician, educator and recitalist. From a musical family, she received her early training at the Pre­College Divisions of the Manhattan School of Music and The Juilliard School before earning performance degrees at Indiana University (BM), Juilliard (MM), and the University of Colorado (DMA). Since 1999, she has been on the collaborative piano staff of the Aspen Music Festival and School, assisting renowned string faculty and coaching and accompanying gifted students. Currently adjunct faculty of piano chamber music at the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music, Goldstein performs frequently with faculty and guest artists as well as students. In addition, she is an artist faculty of the Adult Piano Seminar at the Rocky Ridge Music Center, performs with the Highlands Square Ensemble, the Front Range Chamber Players and the Colorado Symphony's Very Young Composers outreach program, among others.

Goldstein has traveled with recital partners for performance and teaching engagements on five continents and has served as a presenter and performer at numerous international conferences. Goldstein founded and served as artistic director of "Piano Celebration," an annual interdisciplinary symposium in Denver that ran for the twelve years that she was associate professor and chair of keyboard studies at MSU Denver.

Goldstein has been a concerto soloist with numerous local orchestras over the years and frequent performer on concert series throughout the region. She served as pianist with Central City Opera, the Colorado Symphony & Chorus, Grand Tetons Music Festival, Colorado Opera Troupe, Pro Musica and Boulder Chamber Orchestra. Goldstein is in demand as a mentor and competition adjudicator throughout the region.