Adjunct Professor, Clarinet
BM, MM The Juilliard School of Music
Todd Levy is principal clarinet of the Milwaukee Symphony and the Santa Fe Opera, and a participant in the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. He has collaborated with members of the Guarneri, Juilliard, Cleveland, Orion, Mendelssohn and Ying Quartets, the Beaux Arts Trio, James Levine, Carol Wincenc, Paula Robison, Nancy Allen, Christoph Eschenbach, Richard Goode and Mitsuko Uchida. He was a participant at the Marlboro Music Festival for four summers, a member of the Aspen Wind Quintet, and principal clarinetist of the New World Symphony. He has appeared as soloist in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, and with the Israel Philharmonic in Tel Aviv. In 1998 Levy performed Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue in the Clinton White House. In 2001 he won a Grammy award for his participation in the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra CD entitled Shadow Dances - Stravinsky Miniatures, and in 2003 he won another Grammy Award for his participation on the Renee Fleming CD entitled Bel Canto on the Decca label.