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Born in the United States and immigrated to Israel in 1975.Studied Voice with Raphael Arié and Netanya Dovrat at the Rubin Academy of Music, University of Tel Aviv. As a soloist he appeared at the Bernstein Festival in Bernstein’s Kiddush, the leading role in Carissimi’s Oratorio Jephtah at the Israel Festival and soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in excerpts from Offenbach’s Operettas.

After completing his regular army service with the IDF Rabbinical Choir, Mr. Levine continued his solo career with the role of Toby Higgins from Kurt Weill’s The Rise & Fall of the City of Mahagonny, King Henry from Gordon Getty’s Plump Jack, tenor solo in Mozart’s Mass in C minor with the Philharmonic Choir-Tel Aviv, Monostatos in Mozart’s Magic Flute, Oronte in Handel’s Alcina, tenor solo in Kurt Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins, Ahab in Mendelssohn’s Oratorio Elijah, tenor solo in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana (again with the Philharmonic Choir-Tel Aviv), tenor solo in Schubert’s Mass in G major and Dvorak’s Mass in D major, both with the Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra and the Ramat Gan Chamber Choir.

Mr. Levine is a guest singer and soloist with the Philharmonic Choir-Tel Aviv. With them he participated in the Haifa Symphony Orchestra production of Puccini’s La Boheme in the role of Parpignol. He also sang the role of Parpignol in the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s production of La Boheme under the direction of conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli. The Ramat Gan Chamber Choir under the direction of conductress Hana Tzur has engaged Mr. Levine as tenor soloist in their performances of Mozart’s Long Mass in C major, Janacek’s Otcenas (first performance in Israel), Bach’s Easter Oratorio, Saint-Saens’ Christmas Oratorio, Bach’s B minor Mass, and Kurt Weill’s Kiddush (during the choir’s tour of Spain)

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