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Mr Yoram Levy








Yoram Levy, Principal Trumpet of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, is a distinguished figure in the world of brass and music education. With an illustrious career, Mr. Levy has left an indelible mark on the global stage.

In 1982, Maestro Zubin Mehta invited Mr. Levy to join the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s trumpet section, where he played until 1990. During this period, he collaborated with renowned conductors, recorded extensively, and toured Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Australia. Mr. Levy's association with the IPO continues, including participation in their Australian tours and upcoming recordings in 2023.

Since 1990, Mr. Levy has been a leading Australian brass pedagogue, serving as Senior Lecturer in Trumpet at the Queensland Conservatorium. His dedication to music education has nurtured exceptional brass instrumentalists and teachers. Notable mentors in his career include James Thompson, Vincent Cichowicz, and Adolph Herseth.

Mr. Levy's versatile talent extends to performances as principal trumpet with the New Zealand Symphony, Sydney Symphony, Queensland Symphony, and the Malaysian Philharmonic. As a soloist, he has graced stages with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Queensland Symphony, and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.

A sought-after performer and educator, Mr. Levy retired as Principal Trumpet of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in 2023, a role he held since 1998. Currently, he imparts his expertise as a trumpet teacher and brass ensemble tutor at the Tasmanian Conservatorium in Hobart.

Yoram Levy's impact on the world of brass and music education remains profound, solidifying his legacy as a distinguished trumpeter and mentor.

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Sydney School of Music and Fine Arts
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