Golda vainberg-tatz

"A pianist with wonderful firm, clear touch” (New York Times), “fascinating interpreter" (Tagblat, Germany), “artist of depth and virtuosity” (The Time Argus, USA), GOLDA VAINBERG-TATZ performed with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra (the Tchaikovsky Grand Hall in Moscow), Shanghai Symphony, Lithuanian National Symphony, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra,  St. Kristoforas chamber orchestra, Kaunas State Symphony Orchestra in Lithuania,  Ann Arbor Symphony in Michigan, Cincinnati Symphony. As a recitalist and chamber musician she was heard  in Europe, Russia, Israel, USA, Canada, and China, including numerous collaborative recitals with the Vilnius (Lithuania) String Quartet.

She was a guest artist in Mozarteum Festival in Salzburg, Vilnius Festival in Lithuania, St. Petersburg Palaces Festival in Russia, Puigcerda Music festival in Spain, International Academy in Italy, Shanghai Conservatory International Festival, and the Shanghai Himalayas International Piano Festival, (performing, with Andre-Michel Schub and Shanghai Philharmonic, the Mozart two-piano concerto.)

Golda Vainberg-Tatz received her musical education in native Lithuania at the Čiurlionis School of Arts, Israel’s Rubin Academy of Music  at Tel Aviv University, Manhattan School of Music, and The Juilliard School.  She won the first prize in the Lithuanian State Competition for Young Pianists, full scholarships with distinction from the America Israel Cultural Foundation, Maurice Clairmont awards in Israel, top prizes in Young Keyboard Artists Competition in Michigan, the World Piano Competition in Cincinnati, the Frinna Awerbuch International Competition in New York, the Prix- du Disque from French Piano Institute in Paris, the Palm Beach Invitational International Competition.

An associate faculty member at the Juilliard School, she serves on the faculty of the Pre-College Division at Manhattan School of Music, the Young Artist program at Kaufman Center, New York City, as well as Adamant Summer Music School in Vermont.
She has been  giving master classes at the Jerusalem Academy of Music, Tel Aviv University, Shanghai Conservatory, Čiurlionis School of Arts (Vilnius, Lithuania), judging auditions and competitions, including DMA recitals at Manhattan School of Music and concerto competitions at the Juilliard School Pre-College division. Her students have won  national and international competitions.

In 2003 she was appointed by Mme. Rosalyn Tureck to serve as the director of the Tureck International Bach Competition in New York www.tureckbachcompetition.com