Avri Levitan

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1973 –

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Who is Avri Levitan?

Avri Levitan is an Israeli violist based in Berlin.

He is the 2009 BBC Music Magazine Awards Nominee, and recently toured with the Nordic Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Anu Tali, performing Max Bruch's Kol Nidrei at the Vienna Konzerthaus Großer Saal.

His future engagements include playing William Walton's viola concerto with the Suwon Philharmonic at the Seoul International Music Festival in Korea; in the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid with Orquesta y Coro de Comunidad de Madrid under Jean-Jacques Kantorow, with Orquesta de Murcia, Filharmonia Pomorska and more.

He is a dedicated viola and chamber music professor with a renowned students class in Spain. "One of the worlds most important violists" wrote the critic after his performance of the William Walton viola concerto with the Lodz Philharmonic in February 2010.

He was born in 1973 in Tel Aviv, graduated from Rubin Academy in Tel Aviv where he studied with Prof. Haim Taub and Conservatoire de ParisCycle de Perfectionnement.

He collaborated with artists such as Claude Frank, Pnina Salzman, Roland Pontinen, Staffan Scheja, Bengt Forsberg, Wolfram Rieger, Peter Jablonski, Pavel Glilov, Gerard Poulet, Zachar Bron, Guy Braunstein, Ulf Wallin, Arve Tellefsen, Jan Stanienda, Bernard Greenhouse, Gary Hoffman, Alexander Rudin, Torleif Thedeen, Karl-Heinz Steffens, Jerzy Maksymiuk, Nikolai Dyadura, Noam Sharif and Agnieszka Duczmal.

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Born
1973
Tel Aviv
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on July 23, 2013

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