Carlo Goldstein is emerging on the international scene as a young conductor of superb promise. After winning first prize at the International Conducting Competition of Graz in 2009, he has performed extensively in Italy and at many leading concert halls worldwide.
During 2017 and 2018, Goldstein is conducting »Turandot« as the season opener of the Teatro Grande of Brescia, »La traviata« at the Seoul Arts Center and Busan Cultural Center in Korea and »Madama Butterfly« at Seoul Arts Center. He is conducting symphonic concerts in Israel, made his debut at Petruzzelli di Bari and will debut at the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden with works by Schönberg, Weber and Mendelssohn.
Outside his native Italy, Goldstein has performed in Israel several times, conducting the Raanana Symphonette Orchestra of Tel Aviv and the Israel Camerata at the Jerusalem Theater. In Germany, he has participated in the International Shostakovitch Festival in Gohrisch, conducting works by Eisler and Dessau. He has also been very active in Russia, conducting orchestras including the St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra and Hermitage Symphony Orchestra among others.
In addition to his musical studies – at the Conservatory of Trieste, the International Academy of Music in Milan, the Salzburg Mozarteum and the Royal College of London – Carlo Goldstein holds a degree in Philosophy – Aesthetics – from the University of Milan and has published several articles on aesthetics and the history of music.