The Americ an soprano, Amy GAoldin, studied at Onteora High School in Boiceville, New York.
Amy Goldin has been a core member of Antioch Chamber Ensemble since 2002, with whom she has performed in numerous festivals here and abroad, including Piccolo Spoleto in Charleston, South Carolina, the Musique en Morvan Festival and the Festival des Choeurs Laureats in France, Nautilus Music Festival in Nova Scotia, and the Tolosa International Choral Competition in Spain. Amy is also a member of Kairos: A Consort of Singers (Director: Edward Lundergan), and has performed with numerous ensembles and in various vocal styles throughout the greater metropolitan area, including Aeode Consort, Prana, Juneau Vocal Alliance, Cantori New York, the Greenwich Village Singers, the Cygnus Ensemble, Opera Quotannis, and Teatro Grattacielo. Sinse 2015, she sings in the choir of The Church of the Ascension in New York City.
Amy Goldin can be heard singing the role of Branghien in Frank Martin's oratorio Le Vin Herbé, recorded by Newport Classics and released in 2000; on Antioch Chamber Ensemble's CD "The Passing of the Year", released by MSR Classics in May, 2010; and on Kairos: A Consort of Singers' album "The Valley Sings", released by MSR classics in November 2012. She lives in Woodstock with her husband, David Goldin, and two children. She works as Event Coordinator at Swoon Kitchenbar.