Adam Levin has performed extensively throughout the United States, Europe, and South America and received numerous top prizes, including the Fulbright Scholarship, a program for Cultural Cooperation Fellowship from Spainʼs Cultural Ministry, and the Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship to research and perform contemporary Spanish guitar repertoire in Madrid. While studying and performing in Spain from 2008 to 2011, Levin commissioned thirty solo guitar works from four generations of contemporary Spanish composers. With violinist William Knuth, he formed the ensemble Duo Sonidos, and subsequently won first prize in the 2010 Luys Milan International Chamber Music Competition in Valencia. He has released four critically acclaimed albums, including his 2009 début, In the Beginning; Duo Sonidos and Music From Out of Time (2010), featuring diverse contemporary guitar-based chamber music; and Fuego de la Luna in 2011, featuring the guitar works of Cuban-Spanish composer Eduardo Morales-Caso. Levin is a graduate of Northwestern University and New England Conservatory. His distinguished teachers included Eliot Fisk, Oscar Ghiglia, Anne Waller, Mark Maxwell and Gabriel Estarellas.