Sharon Goldman

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Past shows

  • Sharon Goldman: Album release show for "KOL ISHA (A Woman's Voice)")

    This show was on Aug 21st, 2016 | 55 people watched
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    • Aug 21
      I had some tech difficulty at first but i'm so glad I corrected it! I'm just sorry I missed you talking about some your gorgeous songs. Can't wait for your next concert!! I just love your cd, Sharon, and I'm so glad I have my copy. Hugs, Cath
    • Aug 21
      What was your favorite part of the performance? Personal interaction and great music.
    • Aug 21
      Sharon gave background information about each song which gave the music more significance.
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  • Sharon Goldman "In the House" with Cheryl Prashker

    This show was on Dec 13th, 2015 | 52 people watched
    1 Comment
    • Dec 13
      Loved your relaxed performing style. Already loved the songs I'd heard before. And the two of you together - wow, what a groove machine!!!
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Sharon Goldman's new album, "KOL ISHA (A Woman's Voice)" has been called “Quite remarkable…” “Musically, emotionally and intellectually moving, all in one.” “A radical departure…”

Sharon is a New Jersey-based singer-songwriter known around the Tri-State area and beyond for her dynamic stage presence; intelligent, inventive storytelling; catchy melodies and pure, precise vocals.

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Sharon Goldman's new album, "KOL ISHA (A Woman's Voice)" has been called “Quite remarkable…” “Musically, emotionally and intellectually moving, all in one.” “A radical departure…”

Sharon is a New Jersey-based singer-songwriter known around the Tri-State area and beyond for her dynamic stage presence; intelligent, inventive storytelling; catchy melodies and pure, precise vocals.

"KOL ISHA (A Woman’s Voice)" takes her artistry in a new and unique direction: She has dug deep into her Orthodox Jewish childhood and emerged with a song cycle that traces her own journey to find her voice as a passionate woman; a lifelong questioner; and a constant seeker. She delves into memories of prayers and rituals; of roads not taken; and of voices not heard (The concept of Kol Isha is found in traditional Jewish communities, where women are not supposed to sing publicly in front of men). She also mines the stories of biblical and mythical women — such as Lilith, the Sabbath Queen and the lovers in the Song of Songs for creative inspiration.

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