Cinda Goold Redman

Cinda Redman

Title: Music Educator (Retired)

Company: Private Practice

Location: Vancouver, Washington, United States

Cinda Goold Redman, Retired Music Educator at a Private Practice, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in music education.

Drawing upon 30 years of professional experience, Ms. Redman is a prolific and venerated educator of music whose interest in music stemmed from a formative age. Knowing that music was ultimately her calling in life, she earned a Bachelor of Music from the University of Southern California in 1968. Thereafter, she attended her first post as a piano teacher at the University of Southern California Preparatory School in Los Angeles, CA, from 1968 to 1973. In 1974, she served as a production assistant for Allen Ludden Production, holding the same role for Dick Clark Productions in Hollywood, CA, from 1975 to 1977. However, she spent the bulk of her career as a private music teacher from 1978 until her retirement from teaching in 1998.

Since 2000, Ms. Redman has been on the board of directors of the Vancouver Symphony, having also served as a member of the grant committee of the Children’s Trust Auxiliary since 1994. A passionate musician as well as an educator, she has performed with the Portland Symphonic Choir since 1999, Coral Cross Ties since 1998, the Oregon Baroque Festival since 1997, and the National Association of Teachers of Singing since 1997. Alongside these prominent positions, she has been a pianist with the Vancouver Symphony and a musician with the Oregon State Music Festivals since 1995, as well as an accompanist with the Washington State Music Festivals since 1992. She is also a collaborative artist with the East Meets West Piano Duo.

Ms. Redman had the opportunity to be a solo performer with the Vancouver Symphony at the Hayden Hall Esterhalzy Palace in Austria. When she was an undergraduate student, she was chosen by the University of Southern California to perform a private recital for the Princess of Greece. She was formerly the vice president of the Washington State Music Teachers Association from 2004 to 2014, having also been the chairman of scholarship fundraising during this time.

As a testament to her professional success, Ms. Redman has been featured in the 18th edition of Who’s Who in the World and the 56th and 57th editions of Who’s Who in America. Married to Michael Redman, she is the proud mother of two daughters and three grandchildren. She enjoys reading and fishing in her spare time.

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