Lilienstein @ Levine: Verdi | The Operas

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Lilienstein @ Levine Verdi | The Operas Melody | Theater | Drama In this yearlong, 9-lecture series, Saul Lilienstein traces the development of the most popular opera composer in the genre’s 400+ year history, Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901). Join us as we explore new operas each month (+ the Requiem), from his traditional Italian bel canto […]

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Performance Week

Levine Music - All Campuses

During Performance week, no in-person instruction will take place after 3pm on weekdays or on Saturdays.

Levine Philharmonic Orchestra Reading Fest

MD Campus: Silver Spring 900 Wayne Avenue, 2nd Floor, Silver Spring, MD

Bring your orchestral instrument (open to winds, brass, orchestral strings, percussion) and music for a fun evening of orchestra music-making in a reading rehearsal with fellow orchestra musicians, and an evening of socializing, following current safety measures in place. This ensemble festival night is geared toward advanced intermediate and advanced adult players, likely who already […]

Winter Break (Levine Closed)

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Winter Break - all Levine campuses closed and will reopen on January 3, 2022 at 9:00 AM.

Adult Jury Alternative Lecture: “Begged, Borrowed, & Stolen”

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

Please note: This is an in-person event. All guests must be fully vaccinated and remain masked for the duration. Enjoy this survey, presented by Levine faculty member Carl Yaffe, of the ways in which composers and songwriters have, since ancient times, used melodies and other elements from existing pieces of music to create new ones. […]

Levine Philharmonic Orchestra | Meet-the-Conductor Chat

MD Campus: Silver Spring 900 Wayne Avenue, 2nd Floor, Silver Spring, MD

FREEADULTS (17+)Come meet and have a casual conversation with the conductor of Levine’s newest ensemble, Levine Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO)! Find out about the LPO and plans this spring and beyond. Meet other musicians and ask questions! Get a taste for the atmosphere and type of music and goals that will be built into the LPO […]

Guided Listening | Claude Debussy: Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (1894)

MD Campus: Silver Spring 900 Wayne Avenue, 2nd Floor, Silver Spring, MD

POLINGER HALL FREE Please note: This is an in-person event. Refer to the Return to Campus Guide for information on coming to campus safely. Guided Listening sessions with JoAnna Cochenet help listeners better understand well-known works and lesser-known treasures of the orchestral, chamber orchestra, and opera repertory. This session’s topic is the Prélude à l'après-midi […]

Community Drum Circle

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

Join us in Room LL03  for our community drum circle as we play together in a relaxed and fun environment. Open to all ages and skill sets from complete beginner to experienced drummer. Drums and instruments will be available for use, but we encourage you to bring your own as well! Scroll down to RSVP […]

Lilienstein @ Levine: Verdi | The Operas

Levine Music Online

Lilienstein @ Levine Verdi | The Operas Melody | Theater | Drama In this yearlong, 9-lecture series, Saul Lilienstein traces the development of the most popular opera composer in the genre’s 400+ year history, Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901). Join us as we explore new operas each month (+ the Requiem), from his traditional Italian bel canto […]

Horacescope: the Music of Horace Silver

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American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger, Horace Silver was an original sound in jazz with a talent of straddling complete jazz harmony with catchy melodies and soulful feels. Join us to experience the music of Horace Silver. Featuring: Paul Bratcher, piano; Paul Carr, tenor saxophone; Tim Thompson, trumpet; Corey Wallace, trombone; Herman Burney, bass; and […]

Lilienstein @ Levine: Verdi | The Operas

Levine Music Online

Lilienstein @ Levine Verdi | The Operas Melody | Theater | Drama In this yearlong, 9-lecture series, Saul Lilienstein traces the development of the most popular opera composer in the genre’s 400+ year history, Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901). Join us as we explore new operas each month (+ the Requiem), from his traditional Italian bel canto […]