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randon Goldberg started playing piano by ear when he was three and a half. He loves to play Jazz and compose his own music. Brandon. He is currently studying both classical and jazz piano and he hopes his music can help and inspire others.

Brandon has played at the famous Apollo Theatre in Harlem, Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center as a special guest of Monty Alexander and at the Blue Note Jazz Club in NY.

His favorite artists include Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Oscar Peterson, Monty Alexander, Frank Sinatra, and Tony Bennett.

Brandon loves to perform at community events, to help raise funds and awareness for various charitable organizations including Jazz Foundation of America, Israel Bonds, City of Hope, Debbie’s Dream Foundation: Curing Stomach Cancer and Broward Children’s Center.

Brandon appeared on the Harry Connick Jr. Show, NBC's “Little Big Shots” and the “Steve Harvey” show.


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Album Let's Play by Brandon Goldberg

Let's Play

Self Produced
2019

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Caravan

Brandon Goldberg
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