The American baritone, Jeremiah Goldovitz, Jeremiah Goldovitz attended Tabor Academy in Marion, Massachusetts and graduated class of 1997. He obtained his Bachelor of Music degree in Voice and Opera (Vocal Performance) from Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey (1997-2001), and is working on a Master of Music Education degree. While at the Choir College he was a member of the acclaimed Westminster Choir under the baton of Joseph Flummerfelt and also performed with some of the ﬁnest orchestras and conductors in the world.
Jeremiah Goldovitz has been a fulltime member of the Antioch Chamber Ensemble (Artistic Director: Joshua Copeland) since 2001. He has appeared in operatic performances at the Berkshire Opera Festival, Westminster Opera Theater, the Spoleto Festival USA. and can be heard in the 1999 Spoleto Festival premiere recording of Kurt Weill’s opera, Die Burgschaﬂ. He has appeared as soloist with the Trenton Symphony Orchestra and Trenton Diocesan Festival Choir, the Choral Art Society of New Jersey, and the choir of St. Bernard’s Episcopal Church, in Bernardsville, New Jersey, performing works such as John Rutter's Mass of the Children, Johannes Brahms' Ein deutsches Requiem, Camille Saint-Saëns' Christmas Oratorio, and George Frideric Handel's Messiah.
In addition to his accomplishments in the vocal arena, Jeremiah Goldovitz is also a talented world music percussionist, specializing in Middle Eastern percussion and music. He has studied with master doumbek teacher Amir Naoum Chehade, as well as with world-renowned drummer Issam Houshan of Bellydance Superstars and Bill Koutsouros of Philadelphia’s world music group Animus. He has performed at venues around the world such as three consecutive years at the Tzfat Klezmer Festival in Tzfat, Israel and the Ryles jazz club in Boston, Massachusetts with group Cha Levim, as well as throughout New Jersey with the Middle Eastern dance and music collective Insinuous.
Jeremiah Goldovitz works as Craft Spirits Manager at Hunterdon Brewing Company in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey since July 2011. He currently lives in South Brunswick Township, New Jersey.