Named 2002 Guitarist of the year by Classical Guitar Alive, internationally-broadcast radio program, Julie Goldberg is the first guitarist to receive a Doctorate in Music Performance from Northwestern University, and also holds degrees from the Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University and College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. She has won numerous awards including the Presser Music Scholar Award, Farwell Arts Award, WGUC Fine Arts Radio Competition, and the Three Arts Award for Music Performance. An active recitalist Julie has performed in solo and ensemble concerts throughout the United States including concerts in New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, New Mexico, Indiana, Washington, D.C., and has been featured on the internationally known Dame Myra Hess Concert Series in Chicago.
A Chicago area native and current resident, Julie Goldberg teaches students of all ages, youth through 60+, directs the Chicago Community Classical Guitar Orchestra and teaches at North Park University and VanderCook College of Music. Here debut CD, Dulce, has been released on the Sweet Pickle Music Label, and is available at www.juliegoldberg.com.
ASTA, MENC, Chicago Classical Guitar Society, Musicians Club of Women