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President and founder of the Foundation "El Sonido y El Tiempo Internacional" (Il Suono e Il Tempo Internazionale, Sound & Time International), created in 1992 in Italy together with Italian pianists Simone Pagani and Marco Giovanetti as a musical pedagogic & concertistic program that makes permanent cultural exchange with other countries not only with concerts, but also as Internacional Seminars, and Masterclasses with youth musicians and great artists. The foundation won the special prize “Positive Cultural Events 2002” that gave the “Asosciación de Críticos Argentinos”.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1961, began his studies with Beatriz Tabares, and achieved his diploma graduating with full marks from the "Conservatorio Nacional "Carlos López Buchardo, Buenos Aires". He has enriched his musical skills with important pianists such as Manuel Rego, Aldo Antognazzi, and chamber music, harmony, composition music history with great musicians such as Gerardo Gandini, Ljerko Spiller, Tomás Tichauer, Sergio Hualpa, Juan Pedro Franze, among others.

In 1988 started his approach to Vincenzo Scaramuzza’s piano school, with one of his great students the great pianist Carmen Scalcione; and then in 1989 he went for several years to Europe to live in Italy, and where he studied with the pianist Fausto Zadra (another great teacher and pianist from Scaramuzza’s piano school) at the "Ecole International de Piano Fondation Ciem-Mozart" de Lausanne (Switzerland) and Rome (Italy), where he achieved the "Diploma of post-graduate studies of piano". As member of the "Cuarteto Assai", he represented his country having tournées all over Argentina for the United Nations during the "Internacional Youth Year 1985". In 1987 was 1º Prize in the "Argentine Musical Promotions Competition". Daniel Goldstein has an important activity as a solist and with chamber musicians, performing with national and international Orchestras, playing concerts in different cities of Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia, Spain, USA, Colombia, Uruguay. He has participated as jury at the Pescara, Italia Sognare Musica International Competition, WPTA and Several international Festivals.

Besides, he created the project “Músicos. Ar” (Argentine Musicians) from the Foundation, which since 1998 has disseminated Argentine music and musicians in all their aspects, surveying works by composers such as José Bragato, Saúl Cosentino, José Luis Castiñeira de Dios, among many others. In this framework, the activities of concerts and didactic workshops arise in relation to the piano technique of “Pianorama argentino” together with the jazz pianist Manuel Fraga and the pianist and composer Saúl Cosentino, which since them has expanded the group work with other important Argentine pianists, presenting with them the new CD “Pianorama argentino” as "the expression in the PIANO of the popular in the academic classic , tango, folklore and jazz " as a development of piano culture. in the prestigious Argentine Hall of CCK in Buenos Aires.

In 2016 and 2017 participated as a pianist of Festival Falla 70/7 organized with Fundación Manuel de Falla Granada, Spain and Fundación El Sonido y El Tiempo Internacional in Argentina and Spain. In 2018 was invited to be part of Masters of Wine Trapiche in Buenos Aires and participated as pianist together with the prestigious american cellist Christine Walevska for the USA Magic Friends Tour for the project “Art & Sound Visuals International” in Los Angeles and New York having a special meeting at Tony Chi’s Architecture Studio together with the great painter Eduardo Hoffmann. Together with them, was also part of the special concert for the reopening of Teatro Mendoza, Argentina.

He obtained everywhere excellent public and critics appreciation about his performing in Mozart's music. Since 2016 is member and partner of Steinway & Sons Educational Partnership Program, being a special guest for a recital with “Pianorama argentino” program al Steinway & Sons Miami Gallery.