Seattle born clarinetist Levana Cohen,
is an avid performer and music educator. Levana's artistry, dedication, and
professionalism garner her repeat guest performances with numerous orchestras
and chamber groups both nationally and internationally. These include
several performances with the Tanglewood Festival
Orchestra under the direction of James Levine and as a guest artist on the
Stony Brook, University's faculty concert series sharing the stage with such
artists as Frank Morelli, William Purvis, and Steven Taylor.
As a frequent artist-in-residence at the Banff Centre, Ms. Cohen has
participated in both woodwind master-classes and orchestral training programs
there. She has also been a returning guest artist of the Emerson Quartet Chamber Music Festival (Stony Brook
University) in featured performances of the Bartok Contrasts, the Brahms
Clarinet Quintet, the Mozart Keglestatt Trio, and Messiaen's Quartet for the
End of Time.
Currently, Levana performs with the
Trio D'Amour Wind Trio, the Quinte Essencia Woodwind Quintet and as Associate
Principle Clarinetist for the Oratorio Center of Queens. She can also be
heard regularly in performance with North Shore Pro Musica and Stony Brook University's
renowned Contemporary Chamber players.
Ms. Cohen holds both a Master of Music
degree and Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University.
She teaches clarinet at Suffolk County Community College and operates her own teaching
studio in Port Washington and Stony Brook, New York.
Levana Cohen, clarinet
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