A native of New York City, Andrea Levine was appointed Principal Clarinet of the Louisville Orchestra in 2003. Prior to coming to Louisville, she spent a year as a member of the New World Symphony in Miami, Florida. Before joining New World, Andrea held the position of Interim Principal Clarinet of the Akron Symphony, while completing graduate studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She completed her undergraduate degree at the Eastman School of Music. She won the position of Interim second clarinet for the Cleveland Orchestra for the 2007-08 season and joined them on two European tours. She also served as interim assistant principal and e-flat clarinet of the Colorado Symphony during the 2011-2012 season. Andrea has been featured as a soloist with the Louisville Orchestra on the works of Debussy, Rossini, Weber and Mozart. She currently serves on the faculty of Campbellsville University and maintains a studio of private students. Her teachers have included Daniel Gilbert, Kenneth Grant, Franklin Cohen, Mitchell Estrin, Lawrence Sobol and Yehuda Gilad.
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