Fiddle Day

DC Campus: NW 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington, DC

Join Levine faculty member Sam Hall as we spend an afternoon exploring fiddle music and techniques.  Sam Hall has been a member of the Levine faculty since 2017. He received his B.M. in Violin Performance from Iowa State University and then obtained his M.M. Violin Performance from James Madison University. Sam won the 2015 and […]

Guided Listening: Grofé’s Grand Canyon Suite and Death Valley Suite 

Levine Music Online

Explore well-known works and discover new treasures of the musical repertory in our Guided Listening sessions with JoAnna Cochenet. Join us for a plunge into the Grand Canyon Suite by Ferde Grofé and stroll through his Death Valley Suite as our musical tour of the American landscape heads to Arizona and southern California. In each […]

Levine Presents: Baroque to Tango

DC Campus: NW + Online 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington

Singing and dancing across time with a cello quartet In-person tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and FREE for all Levine students. Online tickets are free. La Poesia, a cello quartet made up of Levine faculty members, explore the relationship of song, dance, and instrumental music with the help of GRAMMY-nominated bandoneon […]

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Masters of the Guitar Master Class Series: Zoran Dukic

DC Campus: NW + Online 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington

Croatian-born Zoran Dukic is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular classical guitar virtuosos of our time, and his performances mesmerize both public and critics. Tireless, through the last decades, he has played in five continents, winning top prizes in the most significant competitions in the world, such as the Concurso de Guitarra Fundación Guerrero, in […]

Cello Day!

DC Campus: NW 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington, DC

An afternoon celebrating the cello! Bring your cello and join the fun as we break out into groups to practice together and prepare for a grand finale performance at the end of the afternoon! Traditional Levine cello students of all ages are welcome.

Loeffler Alumni Series: Rachel Chen, piano

DC Campus: NW + Online 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington

Join us for a performance with Levine alumna Rachel Chen, piano. Rachel recently joined the Levine piano faculty. Rachel received her BM in Piano Performance and MM in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Michigan and a DM in Piano Performance with minors in Music Education and a Certificate in Preparing Educators of […]

Cogen Concerto Competition

DC Campus: NW 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington, DC

Join us for an afternoon of outstanding music as students compete in the annual Cogen Concerto Competition. The Ruth P. Cogen Competition was established by the Board of Trustees of Levine Music in 1983 to honor Ruth Cogen, one of the school’s founders and its first chair of the Board of Trustees. From 1984-1987, all […]

Federal Holiday

Levine Music - All Campuses

All campuses are open on this Federal Holiday, Washington's Birthday. Regular teaching continues as scheduled.

Baroque Bonanza

DC Campus: NW 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington, DC

An interactive workshop for Levine school-aged students. Join us to explore the harpsichord, play a Baroque piece with an orchestra, and learn more about baroque art and architecture.

Winter Campus Recital

DC Campus: NW 2801 Upton Street, NW, Washington, DC

Join us for our winter campus recital at the DC Campus: NW. Recitals give students of all ages and abilities the opportunity to learn and hone their performance skills and gain confidence performing in front of an audience. If you are a student interested in performing, please have your instructor complete the recital sign-up form […]


Lilienstein @ Levine: First the Music, then the Dance

Levine Music Online

In this 8–part series, Saul Lilienstein is excited to share a developing new interest: how the inspiration of beloved music - expressing the inexpressible - has become the fuel for modern dance ensembles to freshly re-imagine their own art. Using well-known orchestral classics by Vivaldi, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, and others, today’s choreographers have taken […]