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Jonathan Goldstein is a highly-awarded classically trained composer with prolific credits in film, TV and advertising. He began his career in theatre, at the Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal National Theatre, working with acclaimed directors including Trevor Nunn and Sir Peter Hall. Later, he began his screen career assisting on numerous important film score orchestrations including Cape Fear, directed by Martin Scorcese, and landmark re-orchestrations of classic film scores including Taxi Driver, performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Jonathan’s debut classical album, Cyclorama, was released worldwide to critical acclaim on the Brilliant Classics label and performed by The Balanescu Quartet and ensemble. In 2013, Jonathan’s Christmas hit, Magical Moments, reached No.1 in the Official UK Classical Charts where it stayed for three weeks over Christmas, ahead of J. S. Bach.
While studying at the University of Leeds, Imogen developed her practice in painting and experimental filmmaking, graduating with a BA in Fine Art. She went on to gain experience at various art organisations throughout the country, before working at an award-winning marketing agency. Upon moving back to London in 2015, she joined our team to oversee all aspects of production and is committed to the growing ambitions of both GOLDSTEIN and sister company, DOLCE.
Matthew graduated with a first class honours degree in Popular Music from Goldsmiths, University of London, and joined the team back in 2013. He’s since taken a leading role in music supervision, licensing, and event curation and is Head of Creative at GOLDSTEIN’s sister brand, DOLCE. Matthew has been producing music and performing internationally for over 10 years, releasing two EPs and a studio album with Belgian dance label R&S Records. He is currently signed to the leftfield electronic record label Greco-Roman, with numerous records scheduled for release this year.
Originally from Yorkshire, Joe worked at various contemporary art galleries before moving to London to study. He graduated from Goldsmiths with a 1st class degree in Popular Music, and later passed his Masters, in Computational Arts, with merit at the same institution. Having used computers to make electronic music and visual art since an early age, he has released records under numerous pseudonyms and continues to exhibit and perform work around Europe. At GOLDSTEIN, Joe focuses on research, branding, and production in his role as Creative Strategist.