Levine Presents 2022-23 Performance Series
Join us for a season full of intimate and interactive concerts featuring our incredible faculty!
All concerts will take place at our DC Campus: NW with online streaming
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and FREE for all Levine students.
Please consider making a donation of any size to help underwrite the costs of events at Levine Music. We thank you in advance for your support.
Back to the Drawing Board
Saturday, September 24th, 7 PM
Behind famous chamber works lies stories of first ideas, revisions, and reinvention. Take a look under the hood of a few of the Romantic era’s favorite works by Brahms, Clara Schumann, and Schubert, and watch an idea become a masterpiece.
Featuring: Erin Durham, violin; Seth Castleton, cello; Melinda Baird, piano; Vasily Popov, cello; Carrie Castleton, viola; and Shaundra Culatta, violin
Alison Crockett sings Classic Jazz
Saturday, December 3rd, 7 PM
Celebrating her inaugural year as director of Levine’s Capital City Voices adult jazz choir, Alison Crockett kicks off the holiday season by taking us deep into the Great American Songbook. Listen to and learn about some of your favorite jazz standards with one of the DC area’s favorite jazz singers.
Featuring: Obasi Okoto, bass; Janelle Gil, piano; and Lenny Robinson, drums
Baroque to Tango
Saturday, February 11th, 7 PM
La Poesia, a cello quartet made up of Levine faculty members, will explore the relationship of song, dance, and instrumental music with the help of GRAMMY-nominated bandoneon player Heyni Solera and ADAS Israel’s famous cantor, Arianne Brown.
Featuring: Arianne Brown, soprano; Heyni Solera, bandoneon; Aron Rider, cello; Seth Castleton, cello; Vasily Popov, cello; and Max Wollam-Fischer, cello
Sound, Silence, and Hope
Saturday, April 1st, 7 PM
While still practicing the art of sound, silence began to envelope composers Beethoven and Fauré. As each artist developed more and more hearing loss, neither gave up writing music. Discover the piano trios these composers wrote despite never being able to hear them on acoustic instruments and explore the sense of unbridled hope they both contain.
Featuring: Erin Durham, violin; Henry Stubbs, cello; and Amanda Halstead, piano
Fusion: Music and Culture
Saturday, May 6th, 8 PM
Take a bit of violin from Europe, mix in some tabla from India, and add a dash of American jazz. What do you get? Something new. Artists on the hunt for new forms of expression often find themselves fusing elements of different musical traditions. Round out our Levine Presents season by watching genres combine and hearing the amazing result.
Featuring: Josh Walker, Karine Chapdelaine, Cristian Perez, Paul Bratcher, and Manny Arciniega