|Dana Stone Goldberg
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Dana Stone Goldberg was performing in front of audiences at the age of four after attending a 'singing and dancing' school for young children. Singing throughout childhood and adolescence in school groups and musicals, she then started folk dancing as an adult, which led to singing and performing ethnic folk music and dance.
Dana participated in amateur musical productions, enjoyed karaoke, and sang at several weddings. She sang backup on a novelty song, "Hollywood Redneck", and played once on the Dr. Demento radio show.
While a member of Avaz International Dance Theater's female a capella choir, Slaveja, she performed for audiences in California, as well as at the Britt Festival in Oregon, singing in more than a dozen languages. Dana recorded and sang on an Avaz album after the group received a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts.
After joining Los Angeles synagogue Makom Ohr Shalom, as a member twenty years ago, she joined the choir; and enjoys participating as a soloist at Jewish High Holidays and Shabbat services.