Alexander Goldstein was born in Moscow USSR into the family of a Bolshoi Orchestra musician. He began his studies at The Gnessin Academy of Music at the age of 6 and 16 years later completed his music education there with Masters Degree in Conducting and French Horn. He enjoyed success as film composer. To date, Alexander composed music for 27 feature films, more than three hundred documentaries and animations. Among composer’s credits are instrumental music compositions for various ensembles and orchestras, songs, music for theater and shows.
In 1991, Alexander Goldstein moved to the US and continues to compose. His chamber and symphonic compositions are being performed in USA, Canada, Russia, Spain, Finland, Ireland, Turkey and other countries. Among his recent works are Neapolitan Symphony; Rotissimo, a Suite for Violin, Clarinet and Orchestra; Trio on the Roof; Romancing the Eyes and Introspective Trio multimedia project.