Leslie A. Goldberg

Biography

Leslie Goldberg, MusA.D., Soprano, directs the Music Program at Stonehill College, where she teaches classes in Music History, American Music, Latin American Music, Piano and Voice, and a Learning Community in Latin American music, culture and politics.

Research interests include French and Russian art song, concert repertory for solo voice and organ, war and American art song.

A well-known soloist in southeastern Massachusetts, Goldberg has appeared in concert at the Newton Free Library, St. Stephen's Cohasset Concert Series, Bridgewater State College Faculty Showcase Concerts, Chaminade Music Club, and the Stonehill College Nakamichi Concert Series.

Professor Goldberg is the New England  Governor of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.

Education

  • B.A., History, with Honors, University of Colorado
  • M.Music, University of Colorado
  • MusA.D, Voice, Boston University

Accomplishments

  • Sharon Adult Center Lecture Series : What's New in American Music?" Fall 2011
  • Humanities Forum: Poulenc and Eluard, Le travail du peintre. April 13, 2011
  • Recipient, New England Foundation for the Arts Meet the Composer Touring Grant to support Gwyneth Walker in residency at Stonehill College, March 2009

Courses Taught

  • Piano Workshop
  • Voice Workshop
  • American Music in the 20th Century