David Goldberg is known for his quirky performances, which he often performs on stage in front of his wife and their three children.
But this year, the pianist is celebrating his birthday by giving out the prize for best piano performance of all time.
Goldberg won the award for his performance at the 2016 Piano Awards, where he performed with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Sting, Neil Young, and many others.
But for those of us who are in the know, the ceremony was quite a lot of fun.
The awards were presented by The Piano Guys, a music podcast where the members of the public give their nominations for the best piano performances of all-time.
The first ever winner was none other than David Goldenberg himself.
Goldenberg is known to be quite an accomplished pianist.
He won the prestigious Pianos, which was established in 1963.
Goldberger performed in front in the Piano Hall at the Royal Academy of Music in London, which is one of the oldest and most respected music halls in the world.
The piano is said to have inspired the creation of Bach’s “Sonata in C Major.”
The Pianoguy is also known as the Piano Museum in Paris, and has been in operation since 1955.
David Goldber has performed with many of the world’s greatest pianists.
He also has a long history of solo piano performances.
David won the Pulitzer Prize in music for his contribution to the piano during the Civil Rights Movement, which led to the formation of the National Coalition for the Academic and Cultural Rights of Blacks and African Americans.
The National Coalition helped establish the National Association of the Arts and the National Black Artist Foundation.
He has also won numerous awards for his work with jazz musicians and classical pianists, including a Grammy Award and a Tony Award for Best Jazz Solo Performance.
David also recently performed with Sting at the National Jazz and Heritage Festival in Birmingham, Alabama.
David has also toured with Sting and performed with John Mayer, including two dates at the 2018 Grammy Awards.
He performed with Stevie in London in 2016, and he performed at the London Palladium in 2019.
David recently performed at Madison Square Garden in New York City, performing with Sting, Sting’s son, and Sting’s wife.
The two have also toured the U.S. David will perform again on May 20th at the Museum of Modern Art in New New York, and his performance will be streamed live on Facebook Live.