Avri Levitan Germany is the 2012 Royal Philharmonic Society Awards nominee and the 2009 BBC Music Magazine Awards nominee. He is one of today's most outstanding soloists with wide international recognition.
He performs regularly in some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls, such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Tokyo Oji Hall, Casals Hall Tokyo, the National Philharmonic Hall Warsaw, the Seoul Kumho Art Hall and Art Center, and the Madrid National Music Auditorium, among others.
Some of his concerts and musical activities for the seasons 2010/2011/2012 included concerts at the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Maribor Festival, the Madrid National Music Auditorium, the Art Center Seoul, and the Warsaw National Philharmonic. He performed with orchestras such as the ORCAM Madrid under Maestro Jean-Jacques Kantorow, the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, the Orquestra de Murcia playing Mozart Sinfonia Concertante with Ilya Gringolts, the Kiev National Philharmonic, the Suwon Philharmonic, the Nordic Symphony Orchestra, the Lodz Philharmonic, Braunschwig Festspile, the Mecklenburg Vorpomen Festspile, as well as many other chamber and symphony orchestras worldwide.
A documentary, K.364: A Journey by Train, featuring Avri Levitan’s concert with the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra at the National Philharmonic in Warsaw, created by the famous artist Douglas Gordon, recently had screenings at the International Film Festivals in Venice, Toronto, and Estoril. He is often invited to give master classes by the world's most famous music academies, among them the Vienna Music Conservatory together with Maestro Penderecki, the Gedai University Tokyo, the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, the Krakow Music Academy, the Tel Aviv Music Academy, the Riga, Tallinn, and Vilnius Music Academies, as well as the Buenos Aires Conservatory of Music.
Avri Levitan is a frequent guest at numerous festivals such as the Ravinia Music Festival Chicago, USA, Schleswig-Holstein, Rolands Eck Germany, the Hida-Takayama Music Festival JapRead More