“Levin played from peak to peak, exhibiting technical wizardry and artistic intuition throughout”—Herald Times
Principal harp of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Classical Recording Foundation’s 2017 Young Artist of the Year, Emily Levin has been soloist with the Louisiana Philharmonic and the Jerusalem and Colorado symphony orchestras, and regularly performs with the New York Philharmonic. She recently debuted in Carnegie Hall, National Sawdust, and (Le) Poisson Rouge. She releases her second album, a live video recording with guitarist Colin Davin, this season. Her first album, Something Borrowed, was released in 2017. Upcoming, she moderates the “Self-Entrepreneurship For Musicians” panel discussion at the DSO’s inaugural Women in Classical Music symposium and oversees the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra’s Harp Day. She holds degrees from The Juilliard School and Indiana University, and is an adjunct faculty member of Southern Methodist University and Artistic Director of the Fine Arts Chamber Players.