"Portland Polymath"
Downtowner Magazine, 1992

"Nancy Goldberg is a fine, swinging
vocalist with a fine song book"

Willamette Week, 1993

"I want to thank Nancy Goldberg for
her beautiful flute and Piccolo on '
The Big One' and 'Riverside Strut"

Steve Hall on Crescent City Rebirth, 2008

"To whom it may concern: Nancy Goldberg successfully taught a non-credit, community college, community education creative arts course called 'Art, A Spontaneous Emotion," for seven terms, beginning spring term 1994 through fall term 1995. Nancy brought a contagious spirit and imparted love for creating art to her students. Those same students responded with positive evaluations of her work. It has been a
pleasure working with her."

Ed Kaiel, N/NE/Cascade Campus Coordinator, 1996

Nancy Goldberg has been a professional name in the Portland music scene for over twenty-two years,
and a practicing musician since 1974. An expert in her field, her specialty is in Jazz, classical, and music
Whether performing solo, with other local musicians, or with her pianist husband Phil Goldberg,
Nancy is acclaimed 
for her musical talents, as well as her fine art. A veteran artist and performer, Nancy
is available for special events, live entertainment, lectures, private studio lessons in flute, piano, and voice,
for visual arts services including album design and custom work. Nancy additionally teaches private
and group art classes to students of all ages, and offers various artistic services, including commissions and
one of a kind gifts. Please use the navigation bar above, or contact Nancy to learn more.


I don't know how to thank you for the five pieces of artwork you made for me and my partner. Truly, there
is no 
gift that celebrates our little Evi like the paintings you made from her hand and foot prints. I know each
who received one of these paintings, like myself, will look on theirs with teary eyes and an ache in
their hearts at how 
fleeting and precious the early moments are in the life of a new baby. It brought me great
satisfaction to give these
encapsulating paintings as gifts, for they are in essence irreplaceable, priceless, and
each utterly unique. The process 
of making the prints was hilariously chaotic and fun, and the anticipation of
waiting to see what you made of the prints 
was almost as good as seeing the actual finished product. Like
the art you make, what you gave us is beyond words and 
concepts, tapping into the most vibrant of all forms
of energy: love. Thank you, Nancy, for being who you are, and 
creating what you do.  

Warmest regards,
Casey, Brian, and Evi

P.S. My sister's son's grandparents loved their painting as well. Grandma Suzy said it was one of the most
 thoughtful gifts they'd received. My sister's only complaint was that I didn't have one made for her. Thank
goodness her birthday is still to come!

Casey C., 2011