HARRIET GOLDBERG  - JAZZ & CABARET SONGWRITER

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  1. My Time to Fly nominated for best vocal jazz CD and “From Time to Time”, “My Time to Fly” and “Why Can’t We Linger in Spring” (lyrics by Bob Levy) nominated for best vocal jazz song in Just Plain Folks Song Contest (2017). 

  2. Nominated for 2016 MAC Award in Comic/Novelty Song Category for THE BOOK GROUP.

  3. Judge for Manhattan Association of Clubs and Cabaret’s (MAC) 2015 John Wallowitch Songwriting Award.

  4. One of two featured songwriters for the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists (BACA) Invitation Songwriter Showcase (2015)

  5. Winner of MAC’s 2014 Dottie Burman Songwriting Award

  6. Top 5 Winner in 2014 Great American Song Contest Special Music category for “The Book Group”

  7. Finalist for MAC’s 2013 Dottie Burman Songwriting Award

  8. ASCAPLUS AWARDS - 2009 through 2014

  9. 2012 Provincetown Cabaret Fest - Featured Songwriter

  10. Sue Matsuki’s People You Should Know Series - Featuring Songwriters (March 2011 at Don’t Tell Mama in NYC)

  11. Invited to write song for Boston’s “Grand Dame of Cabaret,” Carol O’Shaughnessy for her 2012 show “Swingin’ on a Star”

  12. Second Place Winner, Jazz category 11th Annual Billboard Songwriting Contest for "Suddenly You Walked By”

  13. Finalist 2012 Great American Song Contest:                 Instrumental Category “I Knew Before it Happened”         Special Category Music “I Don’t Believe in Christmas This Year”

  14. MAC/ASCAP Songwriter’s Showcase  (May 2005)

  15. NY Sheet Music Society Songwriter’s Showcase  (May 2008)

  16. Boston Association of Cabaret Artists (BACA) Songwriters’ Showcases (2008 & 2009)

  17. Boston Sings Boston III & IV (Cabaret of Original Songs by Boston Songwriters)

  18. Honorable mention, jazz category 11th Annual Billboard Songwriting contest for "Somewhere" and "Take Care" and in the Country/Folk category for "Soar"

  19. Finalist, jazz category 2003 USA Songwriting Competition for "Suddenly You Walked By"

  20. Finalist, jazz category 2004 USA Songwriting Competition for “Now and Then”

  21. Honorable mention in the Jazz category of the 12th Annual Billboard World Song Contest for "Crazy," "Before," and "We Stole a Kiss on the Train," and for "Before" in the Pop category

  22. "Bring Back the Moonlight" placed fourth in the Just Plain Folks song contest for Best Vocal Jazz album in 2004. Four songs, "Tired of Hearing Love Songs," "Crazy," "I Don't Mind,” and "Suddenly You Walked By," were nominated in the Best Vocal Jazz Song category.