About Jeremy Levine
Get to know Jeremy Levine
Jeremy Levine is one of the most in-demand freelance timpanists and percussionists in the Tri-State area, performing in all of the major concert venues in New York City, including frequent engagements at Carnegie Hall and David Geffen Hall in Lincoln Center. He has performed with such ensembles as the New York Philharmonic, the Malaysian Philharmonic, the American Symphony, and as a frequent substitute on Broadway productions like Something Rotten! The Musical and Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish. Levine has been performing with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra as the principal timpanist for a decade. He also holds the Principal Timpani position with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, a position he has held for the past 14 years.
As an educator, Levine has taught at many different institutions, just as the Manhattan School of Music – Summer program, and New Jersey City University. He has also taught for such schools as the Huntington Music Center on Long Island, and the Calderone School of Music in Springfield, NJ, and has been teaching privately for the past 15 years. Jeremy holds a Bachelors from Mannes College of Music and a Masters from Manhattan School of Music.