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NEWS

Emily appointed Artistic Director of Fine Arts Chamber Players

The Board of Directors has appointed Emily Levin as artistic director of the free chamber music concert series FACP produces at the Dallas Museum of Art.

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REVIEWS

DALLAS MORNING NEWS

"DSO principal harpist Emily Levin played exquisitely."

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REVIEWS

DALLAS MORNING NEWS and THEATER JONES

"elegance of...expressive subtleties"
"Levin was...simply mesmerizing"

Reviews are in for Emily's Mozart Flute and Harp Concerto performances with the Dallas Symphony and Jaap van Zweden. Read them here and here

FEATURES

THEATER JONES reviews Something Borrowed

"An astonishing recording of harp music...Throughout the album, we're witness to Ms. Levin's technical skill, musicality and good taste."

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HARP COLUMN

Emily is the cover interview in the Jan/Feb 2016 edition of Harp Column

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NEWS

Emily joins Southern Methodist University faculty

The Division of Music at SMU Meadows School of the Arts has announced the addition of four more prominent musicians to its faculty...all four will teach private lessons, master classes, studio classes and workshops for undergraduate and graduate students at Meadows.

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REVIEWS

THEATER JONES

"Levin’s playing was appealing and sure—she evoked a variety of tonal colors, was technically and musically rock-solid, and displayed a delightful stage presence, to boot"

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NEWS

YOUNG ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Emily has been awarded the 2017 Young Artist of the Year by the Classical Recording Foundation for her album, Something Borrowed

NEWS

United We Play raises $6000

All proceeds benefit International Rescue Committee and Refugee Services of Texas.

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THEATER JONES

Emily Levin on the Debussy harp concerto, which she'll perform at Dallas Symphony in a program conducted by John Adams.

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REVIEWS

CHARLESTON GAZETTE-MAIL

"Levin...played with spirit and dazzling precision...exquisite in detail and affective warmth"

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NEWS

Something Borrowed now available

Something Borrowed explores the art of musical borrowing, through solo works inspired by literature, culture and music.

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REVIEWS

CLEVELAND CLASSICAL

"[a] clearly felicitous combination of two plucked string instruments...the Duo’s ensemble and balance were well nigh perfect."

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