Ed Goldstein Maryland, Famous Baltimore Musician and Tuba Player has died

Ed Goldstein death

Ed Goldstein Death – Famous Baltimore Musician and Tuba Player has sadly passed away at the age of 68. He died on Friday 6th January 2023 surrounded by his family. Andrea Colonics Pressas shared the news in a publication that states “It is with Great Sadness that I tell Friends and Family, Fans and Admirers of my Uncle Ed Goldstein that he has passed away”. Details surrounding Ed Goldstein’s death has not been made public at the time this article was published.

Ed Goldstein Education and Career

Ed Goldstein attended Northwestern High School (Baltimore) and proceeded to study Tuba at Peabody Conservatory in 1976. Ed Goldstein was known for his warmth, charisma, and infectious enthusiasm for bringing people together in the Baltimore music scene and beyond. He was a nice, decent man who encouraged artists at every level, from amateurs to stars. So famous, yet so modest, was Ed Goldstein. Ed has tremendous talent as a musician.

He also played the violin and piano and sang (he sang in the Temple choir every Saturday), but his true passion was the tuba. His musicality and his exceptionally trained ear have always impressed me. His enthusiasm for European classical music and American jazz was contagious. He demonstrated this by incorporating classical melodies into his jazz solos. Ed’s tuba playing may be heard in a wide variety of settings and ensembles, including brass bands, dixieland bands, the Morris Mechanic Theater, symphony orchestras, and the yearly visit of the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus to Baltimore.

Ed Goldstein Obituary

He is survived by his loving partner, Judy Daniel; adored daughter, Leah Goldstein (Nereus Alberts); former wife, Ruth Goldstein; nieces, Andrea Pressas and Anya Cook; nephew, Marc Goldstein; great-nieces, Gabrielle and Noa; great-nephew, Nicholas; sister-in-law, Jeanette Goldstein; brother-in-law, Stephen Glassman; mother-in-law, Stephanie Glassman; partner’s children, Andrew (Ashley Eschette) Olmsted, David Olmsted, Emily Olmsted (Jordan Douthitt), and Sam Olmsted; and granddaughter, Dominique Olmsted. Edward was predeceased by his siblings, Harry (Irma) Goldstein, Joseph (Vashti) Goldstein, and Joan Miller; aunts, Edith Stark and Blanche Stark; parents, Sylvia and Oscar Goldstein; and his mother-in-law, Lucille Glassman; and father-in-law, Lionel Glassman.

Services at Sol Levinson’s Chapel, 8900 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, MD 21208, on Monday, January 9, 2023, at 9:30 am. Interment Arlington Chizuk Amuno Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be made to Shaarei Tfiloh Synagogue, 2001 Liberty Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217 or the Peabody Preporatory General Scholarship Fund, www.peabody.jhu.edu/preparatory/.

Ed Goldstein’s obituary will be released by the family

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