Tenor

Bio

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Zach Goldman is an American Tenor living in New York City. Twenty-Six and having earned his Masters Degree at Mannes School of Music, he previously graduated with a Bachelor of Music from The University of Michigan, School of Music, Theater & Dance.

While he specializes in Italian and English repertoire, he also frequently performs in the French and German languages. He has performed on stages across the US, Italy, France, Australia, and New Zealand. Zach looks forward to making his professional debut as a Studio Artist with Central City Opera during their 2019 season.

Most recently, Zach made his role debut in New York City as Tom Rakewell in the Igor Stravinsky masterpiece, The Rake’s Progress, directed by Laura Alley and under the baton of Metropolitan Opera conductor Joseph Colaneri. Following his senior year at Michigan, he was one of 32 singers chosen to accompany conductor Jerry Blackstone on a month-long Chamber Choir tour of Australia and New Zealand.

A fierce advocate of new music, Zach has been lucky enough to exploit his vocal versatility. Most recently he has been working to develop his personal musical style through piano/vocal compositions. At his recent Masters recital, he premiered two works.