Alexander Goldstein's career
unusually combines three seemingly different areas of creativity. He is
a notable film composer to some, an award-winning documentary filmmaker
to others and the world's utmost authority in music used as part of
Born in Moscow, USSR
and having never considered anything other than a career in music, he
moved to the United States, where he became involved in
television production and broadcasting, and then branched out into
At the same time, for over three decades, the world has heard
Alexander's creations in music for figure skating, gymnastics and in
other sports using music in their competition. Never keeping idle,
Alexander continues to pursue both music and film as two equally
important passions in his life.
Alexander has received five prestigious TELLY Awards for his directing, filming and editing
of films like Naples Florida, Redefining Paradise, Naples Oral Histories: If These Walls Could Only Talk and We Testify: Testimony to Truth, a recipient of the coveted rare Silver TELLY.
Alexander recently composed a Suite for Clarinet and String Orchestra, Rotissimo, after film music of the
immortal Italian film composer Nino Rota. World premiere of Rotissimo was October 2011 in Toronto by
the Canadian Sinfonietta. Alexander's newest composition In The Jewish Mood premiered in Naples, FL for Jewish Historical Society's Inaugural.
Check out Alexander's credentials on these following sites:
Goldstein Wikipedia Alexander Goldstein aka Aleksandr
Goldshteyn at IMDB
Since joining ABG World in 1997, is a
correspondent for certain Russian Federation TV Channels and produces films and
other TV fare, which air worldwide. She speaks several Slavic languages and
English. She is a published writer and in her spare time she serves on various
boards and committees.