ADRIAN GOLDMAN BEGAN PERFORMING AT TEN
Adrian Goldman, pianist, began performing at age 10 when she played for social events and charities. At 15, she played with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and later won the Oliver Ditson Award, a three-year scholarship to the Chicago Musical College (now
College of Performing Arts) at Roosevelt University, where she received her Bachelor of
Music degree and studied under world-renowned pianist and conductor Rudolph Ganz. She received her master of music degree in performing arts from Cal State Northridge. Adrian has given concerts from Florida to California. She is well known in Los Angeles as a highly gifted pianist and an excellent teacher. The music on her CDs are performed on her 100-year-old Steinway grand piano and are recorded in single takes, documenting a live performance.
View the beautiful and moving video “Brillante” which features Adrian playing piano:
Adrian Plays Piano at the Library of Congress
Adrian’s student Jahan playing at MTAC recital in January