Steven Goldstein made his Seattle Opera debut in 2000 as Squeak in Britten’s Billy Budd and returned in the role of the Third Jew in R. Strauss’s Salome. He has appeared with Los Angeles Opera in several roles, including Monostatos in Mozart’s Zauberflöte, the First Jew in R. Strauss’s Salome, and Squeak. Goldstein made his New York City Opera debut as Don Curzio in Mozart’s Nozze di Figaro and returned to the company later that season as Borsa in Verdi’s Rigoletto and Victorin in Korngold’s Tote Stadt. In May 2002, he appeared in the Kennedy Center’s celebration of Stephen Sondheim, singing Pirelli in Sweeney Todd. In January 2003, he created the roles of Father and Spalanzani in Cabiniss’ new opera Sandman.