Eve Goldberg sings music that draws honey from the rock of life. A compelling writer and interpreter, Eve's watercolour voice and solid instrumental style (guitar, ukulele) has made her a favourite with audiences across Canada and the US. Her performances are intimate and relaxed, moving effortlessly from folk classics to original gems. She has released three solo CDs and is a member of the folk/roots duo Gathering Sparks.

She is also a much in-demand teacher who leads workshops and classes for adults at camps, festivals and community colleges. Since the beginning of the pandemic she has been teaching online classes and workshops from her home studio in Toronto.

Beyond performing and teaching, Eve has been involved in numerous community efforts over the years. She was one of the organizers of The Woods Music and Dance Camp for over twenty years, was a founder of Common Thread: Community Chorus of Toronto, helped start ArtsCan Circle, served on the board of the Ontario Council of Folk Festival (now Folk Music Ontario), was the first office manager at Borealis Records, and is past President of AFM Local 1000, the travelling musician's union. 

Recently Eve was recognized with the 2021 Estelle Klein Award for her outstanding contributions to the folk music community in Ontario.


Dusk Dances - Hamilton and Toronto

I'm excited to be in the backing band for a dance piece called “Moving Parts” that will be part of the Dusk Dances Festival in Hamilton and Toronto.

The Hamilton Dusk Dances takes place at Bayfront Park Jul 20 -…

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New Class: Carter Family Ukulele

I'm excited to announce a new class starting in April. I am a huge fan of The Carter Family, who recorded dozens of classic songs that are still part of the folk, country, and bluegrass canon. Mother Maybelle Carter pioneered…

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New Classes for 2022


New classes are starting in a few weeks-- I hope you can join me in some fun learning opportunities!

Canadiana Uke - learn songs by Canadian musicians on ukulele.
Folk Guitar - we'll work on building our repertoire of accompaniment…

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The Longest Night

My December newsletter is heading out the door tomorrow morning. Here is the message I wrote at the top:

Living through this pandemic has been a struggle on every level, and just when we thought we were seeing the light…

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