A well sought after performer and music educator, Yoram Levy has performed as principal trumpet with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Currently, he teaches trumpet and tutors the brass ensemble at the Tasmanian Conservatorium in Hobart.
Yoram Levy is principal trumpet of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Born in Tel Aviv, Mr. Levy was a member of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra from 1982 to 1990, participating in numerous recordings and touring Europe, the U.S.A., South America, Asia and Australia. In 1990 Mr. Levy was appointed senior lecturer in trumpet at the Queensland Conservatorium and moved to Brisbane where he resided until 1998. He holds a Bachelor of Music from McGill University in Montreal where he studied with James Thompson and a Masters from Northwestern University in Chicago where Vincent Cichowicz was his teacher and mentor. Mr. Levy is well sought after performer and music educator. He has performed as principal trumpet with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the Australian Chamber Orchestra. He was a soloist with the Queensland Symphony and Queensland Philharmonic Orchestras, and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Among his pedagogical activities Mr. Levy has held masterclasses at the Canberra School of Music, The Victorian College of the Arts, Northwestern University in Chicago, and Tel Aviv University. Since 1995 Mr. Levy has been a frequent visitor to Japan for recitals and masterclasses in Osaka, Kobe and Hiroshima. Mr. Levy teaches trumpet and tutors the brass ensemble at the Tasmanian Conservatorium in Hobart.
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Yoram Levy (trumpet) and Christopher Wrench (organ) join forces to explore the very diverse textures and styles of Genzmer, Tomasi, Persichetti, Durufle and Hakim.