Brandon Goldberg, 11 years old, began to play piano by ear when he was three years old. He currently studies both classical and jazz piano, and loves to perform and compose his own music, and listen to his favorite artists, including: Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Frank Sinatra, and Tony Bennett.
Through his love for music, Brandon has helped raise funds and awareness for various charitable organizations, including: Isreal Bonds, Debbie’s Dream Foundation: Curing Stomach Cancer, City of Hope, and Broward Children’s Center. Brandon hopes his music can help and inspire others.
Brandon has appeared on NBC’s Little Big Shots with Steve Harvey, the Steve Harvey Show and the Harry Connick Jr. Show. He’s also performed at Carnegie Hall, at Jazz at Lincoln Center with Monty Alexander, and at the Apollo Theatre as part of the Jazz Foundation of America’s A Great Night in Harlem and at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York.
Brandon also performed at TEDxBocaRaton, TEDxYouth@Miami, the Aventura Young Stars Showcase, Miami Beach Jazz Festival, and Broward 100, and has been featured as a soloist with the South Florida Youth Symphony, the Sugar Pops Symphonic Orchestra, and played with the Honors Jazz Orchestra at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music Young Musicians Camp, as well as the Superintendent’s Honors Orchestra.
Brandon believes that everyone has their own instrument in life and they should take the time to find it!