Emily Levin, principal harp with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and adjunct associate professor of harp at Meadows, organized a remote performance video with her DSO colleagues of Ravel’s The Fairy Garden. Also performing on the video are Meadows faculty David Buck, flute; Erin Hannigan, oboe; Brian Jones, timpani; Alex Kienle, French horn; Kara Kirkendoll Welch, flute; David Matthews, English horn; George Nixon, percussion; Nathan Olson, violin; Brian Perry, double bass; Greg Raden, clarinet; and Ted Soluri, bassoon.
In addition, Levin was recently interviewed by SELF Magazine about what it’s like to be a musician who can no longer do live performances because of the pandemic.
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