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Aron Goldin


Aron Goldin is a British pianist, specialising in the Lieder repertoire. He is currently studying for a Professional Diploma in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal Academy of Music, where he is a Principal Scholar under the tutelage of Michael Dussek. Prior to his Professional Diploma, Aron gained a Masters with Distinction in Piano Accompaniment and a Diploma of the Royal Academy of Music (DipRAM). Aron also has a Double First in English Literature from Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was a Senior Scholar.

Whilst at Academy, Aron’s concerts have included: Bright Stars (a programme exploring the links between Schubert’s Lieder and Keats’s poetry) at Lauderdale House in London; Last Songs (weaving together the final songs of Shostakovich, Schumann, Strauss and Brahms) as part of Royal Academy’s Lunchtime Series; Royal Academy Song Circle’s Spring Concert (performing a cycle of spring songs by Hugo Wolf); and A Journey Through Rachmaninov’s Songs (celebrating the lesser-known masterpieces of Rachmaninov’s art-songs). He has performed as a BBC Introducing Young Artist on Radio 3 and at Leeds Lieder in 2020. Aron particularly enjoys devising, performing and recording distinctive and original Lieder programmes around unique themes.

Aron’s upcoming engagements include performances of Schubert Lieder with tenor Magnus Walker at Leeds International in December 2021 and Wigmore Hall in January 2022.

Aron has also performed in masterclasses with pianists Helmut Deutsch, Malcolm Martineau, Iain Burnside, and Sholto Kynoch – and vocalists Dame Sarah Connolly, Christian Gerhaher, Lucy Crowe, and Brindley Sherratt.

Outside of music, Aron is a novelist and screenwriter, working on commission for publishing houses and producers in the UK and the USA.

Last updated: Aug 2021