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Nathan Goldstein, 78, a violinist and an 802 member since 1948, died on Feb. 27.
Mr. Goldstein began music lessons when he was nine. His musical talent was soon recognized and he won a scholarship to the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. He also studied at Julliard’s Special Studies Division where he won the Brahms Violin Concerto competition and appeared with the Juilliard Orchestra under Frederic Waldman.
Nathan was offered a scholarship at Tanglewood, where he was invited to perform the Tchaikovsky Concerto with the Advanced Student Orchestra. He served as concertmaster and played in the chamber music series.
After graduation, Mr. Goldstein made his first major orchestral debut in 1947 with the Philadelphia Orchestra, performing the Sibelius Concerto under Dmitri Mitropoulos. In 1950 he performed his debut at Carnegie Hall playing the Bruch G minor Concerto under Leon Barzin, for which he won the Merit Award given by the National Orchestral Association for the most outstanding debut of the season.
Mr. Goldstein also played with the Voice of Firestone Orchestra, as a staff member of ABC, and with the American Symphony Orchestra. In addition he served as a concertmaster of the Radio City Music Hall Orchestra and the New Orleans Symphony.
As a guest soloist he performed with the Kansas City Philharmonic and the Denver and New Orleans Symphonies. He also appeared with many chamber music groups in the New York area and Bergen County.
Mr. Goldstein joined the New York Philharmonic in 1964, at that time under the baton of Leonard Bernstein. He performed there 38 years, only retiring last year.
He is survived by his wife Dunnia and her children John Sebastian and Maria del Pilar, his former wife Beatriz and their children, Sharon, Judith, Kenneth and Tamara, their family and grandchildren.
Abracadabra! Stop the Curse!
- Tenafly/Bergen County, New Jersey, United States
- The life of a unique and incredible woman whose fate was to be followed by drama, comedy and tragedy. She wandered under a lucky star, which protected her at all times, thus, overcoming the odds that forced her to swim against the high tides; but surprisingly, arriving onto safer and better shores by miracle or by her own strength. Character: Gentle as and orchid but solid as an oak tree. Distracted, but attentive to the best and worth things of life. Indifferent to the time that passes by, but always aware of the beauty around her. Understands and accepts pain, physical or mental, which she believes is absolutely needed in order to grow wiser and happier. She thinks that Happiness is within our reach and unhappiness is not letting go of things or people that don't belong to us any longer.
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I wrote two books that are being translated from Spanish into English but ready to be published in Spanish: "Abracadabra, Stop the Curse! (1999) and "Beyond the Eclipse" (2208) (Abracadabra! Que Pare la Maldicion! y "Mas Alla del Eclipse")
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