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Daniel Goldman, Clarinetist


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At the age of 10, Daniel Goldman picked up his first clarinet during a school music program that provided lessons twice a week during social studies class. He selected the clarinet because it was “the coolest instrument I could think of.”

Daniel admits that he wasn’t really serious about his musical studies until he was around 13, when he made the commitment to attend the Youth Performing Arts School in Louisville. But by the time we met him five years later, the 18-year-old had already gone on to attend the prestigious Juilliard School, soloed with the Louisville Orchestra, and performed as principal clarinetist for the World Youth Symphony Orchestra two years running. His Mixed Media appearance includes scenes from a performance he gave with the Gheens Great Expectations series at the Kentucky Center in Louisville.


Program 728

Clarinetist Daniel Goldman, a teenage virtuoso who performed in Louisville as part of the Gheens Great Expectations concerts; filmmaker Stu Pollard; and the contemporary gospel of Adrianne Archie. (#728)

Program 740

Clarinetist Daniel Goldman, a teenage virtuoso who performed in Louisville as part of the Gheens Great Expectations concerts; filmmaker Stu Pollard; and the contemporary gospel of Adrianne Archie. (#740)

Program 813

Lexington conceptual artist Louis Zoellar Bickett, Louisville clarinet prodigy Daniel Goldman, and music from blues artist Mary Ann Fisher and Australian folk performers the Zarb Brothers. (#813)





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