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LEVINE ANDRADE

Levine Andrade was born in Bombay, and moved to England at the age of nine. He was awarded a scholarship to the Yehudi Menuhin School and became one of its twelve founder members. At fifteen he was awarded a Vaughan Williams scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music. While at the Academy, the Arditti Quartet was formed with three other students, to specialise in twentieth-century music. The quartet had an unparalleled career, performing at almost every major music festival throughout the world and winning a prize for every recording they made. Since leaving the quartet Levine has played on numerous recordings for film and television. Many of today’s leading film composers, including Ennio Morricone, Elmer Bernstein, Carl Davis, Rachel Portman, Richard Blackford and Jim Parker have written solos especially for him. Levine plays on a viola made especially for him in 1987 by Nigel Harris.

Role: Classical Artist 
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