Concert musician who wrote the 2002 reserve THE KIDS of Willesden Street about her pianist mother’s period using the Kindertransport. She earned the 1972 Little Concert Performers International Auditions, which opened up the door on her behalf debut in NEW YORK at Carnegie Hall. She and her sister, pianist Renee Golabek-Kaye, provided a high-profile efficiency of Camille Saint-Saëns’s The Carnival from the Pets in 1992, offering 14 stars reading Ogden Nash’s pet verses. Her mom escaped Nazi-induced loss of life because of the Kindertransport, but both her maternal and paternal grandparents had been wiped out at Auschwitz. She was instructed by many acclaimed performers, including Leon Fleisher, but she often said her mom was her biggest teacher and motivation.