Newly appointed bassoonist of the St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble and principal bassoonist of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Marc Goldberg’s work as one of NY’s busiest musicians has established him as a performer and teacher of international renown. A member of the New York Woodwind Quintet, he is principal bassoonist of Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, the American Ballet Theater, the NYC Opera, the Riverside Symphony, and a member of the American Symphony Orchestra. Previously the associate principal bassoonist of the New York Philharmonic, he has also been a frequent guest of the Metropolitan Opera, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, touring with these ensembles across four continents and joining them on numerous recordings. His association with St. Luke’s dates more than 30 years, and includes notable recordings with Renee Fleming, Itzhak Perlman, Kathleen Battle, and Wynton Marsalis, as well as their most recent release with Pablo Heras Cassado for Harmonia Mundi. Other recent releases include 2 Beethoven recordings with Martha Argerich, one of the Choral Fantasy with the Saito Kinen Orchestra, and another of the First Piano Concerto with the Mito Chamber Orchestra, both conducted by Seiji Ozawa, as well as a solo recording of Stephen Gryc’s Guignol for bassoon and wind ensemble on Naxos. Solo appearances include performances throughout the US, in South America, and across the Pacific Rim with the Brandenburg Ensemble, Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Saito Kinene Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra, Jupiter Symphony, New York Chamber Soloists, and the New York Symphonic Ensemble. He has been a guest of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Da Camera Society of Houston, the St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble, Musicians from Marlboro, [email protected], the Brentano Quartet, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Band, and the Boston Chamber Music Society. He has appeared at the summer festivals of Spoleto, Ravinia, Chautauqua, Tanglewood, Caramoor, Saito Kinen, and Marlboro, and has been associated with the Bard Music Festival since its inception. He is on the faculty of The Juilliard School Pre-College Division, New England Conservatory, Mannes College, The Hartt School, Bard College Conservatory of Music, Columbia University, and New York University.
BM, MM The Juilliard School