Pianist and composer Robin Meloy Goldsby is the author of Piano Girl, Rhythm, and Waltz of the Asparagus People. Her six solo piano recordings have attracted a small but loyal following of piano enthusiasts around the globe. Explore this site to discover more about Robin’s books and recordings, to read her monthly essays, to download her electronic press kit, or to find out where she’ll be performing live in the coming months. Goldsby’s new collection of short stories, Manhattan Road Trip was published on April 6th, 2016. To stay in touch, please sign up for Robin’s newsletter using the contact form on the right. The newsletter is free, fun, and filled with music and light and laughter.
A Note from Robin
Sending heartfelt thanks to the women and men who protested and marched around the world on January 21st. The sea of hand-knitted pink hats gave me strength, inspired me, and handed me hope when I needed it most. Did you participate? You have my sincere gratitude and respect. Assuming immigration lets me into the USA, I’ll be performing my Piano Girl program in Charleston and Pittsburgh later this month. If you’re in either of those cities, I’d love to see you there! Music heals, so does laughter. I promise a dose of both. Check out the “events” page for details. We’ll get through this. Love wins when it’s paired with action. In the meantime, speak up, donate money to the ACLU, march, create art. Do whatever you can. Go high.
Robin Meloy Goldsby’s Magnolia celebrates the arrival of spring. With her relaxing, refreshing, and beautiful arrangements Robin offers the listener forty-five graceful minutes of skillful solo piano. Full of optimism and gentle power, her original compositions echo the subtle change of seasons, while her interpretations of familiar melodies reflect the passing of time. Her music […]
Manhattan Road Trip: Short Stories In Robin Meloy Goldsby’s musical tales of passion, wild success and gut-wrenching regret, a classical pianist battles middle age and Rachmaninoff; a bebop saxophonist struggles with a varmint sharing her New York City apartment; and a cellist performs Mozart for her mentally ill mother. Filled with the biting humor and […]