ABOUT NOW...Currently, Mitch has some fun goings on.
Mitch has enjoyed travel throughout the U.S. and around the world on both business and pleasure.
A founding partner of two world-class recording studios KAJEM and VICTORY Studios in Philadelphia, Mitch now owns Rock Dog Studios in Downingtown, PA. A two-time Grammy Nominee, Mitch has produced, written, and/or engineered for Lou Rawls, Cinderella, Bon Jovi, Clarence Clemmons and jazz greats Peter Erskine, Eddie Gomez and Grover Washington, Jr. among other headline artists. He has won awards for his work with Teddy Pendergrass, George Benson, Hammer, Gorky Park, Pretty Poison and others. Mitch has traveled the world recording for television and films, including ABC's 20/20 and Good Morning America, CNN's Headline News, Turner Broadcasting and The Guiding Light.
In addition to his various gold and platinum records and other awards, Mitch has been listed in numerous Who's Who Registries including "Rising Young Americans", "American Society and Business", "Emerging Leaders In America", and "Leading American Executives". He has also been listed in "Two Thousand Notable American Men". Goldfarb has received a certificate of recognition from the Brandywine Regional Police Commission for his community service as well as a certificate of recognition for work on "Live Aid".
Currently Mitch is a professor at West Chester University in the Kinesiology Department, and at Immaculata University in the Music Department. Mitch received the Honors Outstanding Faculty Award from West Chester University's Honors College.
A graduate of the American University, he continued on to England to further explore his passion for photography. In London, he worked with "The Associated Press" and London's premier newspaper, "The Daily Mail."
Community service is a part of life for Mitch. He is active with the "Red Cross", "Big Brothers / Big Sisters", a member of the "Youth Aid Panel" a division of the Juvenile Justice System of Pennsylvania. Mitch's panel has been recognized and honored as Youth Aid Panel of the Year.
Trained by the Center for Resolutions (Media, PA) for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Mitch volunteers as a Mediator.
In addition he contributes to the CYWA (Community, Youth and Women's Alliance). Goldfarb volunteers with the "Main Line Night School" program and is on the advisory board for the "Turk's Head Music Festival" (West Chester, PA).
Mitch lives with wife, Jeanne, in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have two children and seven grandchildren, but who's counting. Their home is filled with pets and plants. The hallway to his recording studio has been transformed into a fine art gallery, displaying paintings and drawings, all gifts created with carefree delight from his grandchildren. The "Great Art Exchange" is an on going pleasure between "Pops"(Mitch) and the grandkids sending paintings and other creations back and forth. "I love seeing the art gallery before entering my creative space. It keeps me ever mindful to respect my inner child and allow that part of me to come out and play."