Marc Levine, violin and viola, joins MacPhail from Indiana University and Stony Brook University, where he taught violin. Additionally, Mr. Levine coached or lectured at Dickinson College, Lawrence University, The University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, Concordia University, Augsburg College, Hofstra University, and Virginia Commonwealth University, among others. He received Bachelor’s and Master’s of Music degrees from Indiana University and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University.
Mr. Levine is a member of Early Music New York, the Lyra Baroque Orchestra, Minnesota Sinfonia, and performs frequently with the Bach Society of Minnesota. He was a prizewinner in the 2008 American Bach Soloists International Competition for Baroque Violin, and has recorded with Early Music New York on the Ex Cathedra Label and the Center for Contemporary Opera as part of The New Tango Project. A performer of contemporary works, he has played prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Mr. Levine is the co-founder of the chamber music venue The Baroque Room in Saint Paul. His chamber music ensemble, Flying Forms, of which he is a founding member, is currently in residence both for teaching and performing at Lawrence University, the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire and Minnesota Youth Symphonies.