Levine Music


Levine Music (formerly known as the Levine School of Music) is one of the largest and most prestigious nonprofit community music schools in the nation, offering high-quality instruction and performances for persons of every age, ability and background while encouraging love of music, fostering creative expression and promoting personal enrichment. The school’s four sites in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia offer instrumental and vocal instruction and ensembles as well as classes in theory, history, composition and music technology. Although the core of the school’s curriculum is classical music, Levine celebrates the cultural diversity of the Washington community with programs including African, jazz and contemporary music.

Watch Past Performances

Video 6/3/2015: Levine Music's Voice Department

Students from the community music school’s renowned Act Two @ Levine musical theater program and adult choruses perform.

Video 5/17/2015: Levine Music Honors Students

Instrumentalists from the community music school, where children and adults find lifelong inspiration through music, perform a varied program.

Video 2/7/2012: The Virginia Big Band

The Levine School of Music ensemble directed by Paul Norris provides training for junior high and high school musicians.

Video 1/27/2000: The Levine School of Music

The Levine School of Music Youth and Metropolitan Wind Symphonies brings together student muscians from metropolitan area schools.

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