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Max Levinson
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Max Levinson Feb 23
Pianists are not the only musical multi-taskers, as it turns out
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Max Levinson Feb 20
philamuseum's photo happy birthday Ansel Adams
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Max Levinson Feb 20
3rd day of auditions and I'm glad Beethoven op.7 is a great piece because we are hearing it ALOT. (Excellent auditions btw)
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Max Levinson Feb 16
Manon - final pas de deux - Sylvie Guillem & Jonathan Cope 2005 (this is just unbelievable!)
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Max Levinson Feb 13
Imagine playing the piano that Mozart himself played...
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Max Levinson Feb 9
i actually laughed out loud at this. Thanks for sharing!
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Max Levinson Feb 9
Very funny! How to scare a musician:
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Max Levinson Feb 7
I'm busy teaching at this morning, but can hear the crowds cheering at the from my studio. Wish I could go!
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Max Levinson Feb 5
bostonballet's video
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Max Levinson Feb 5
Omg omg omg
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Max Levinson Feb 5
Ok I admit I'm more into the arms and armor section at the than football
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Max Levinson Feb 5
First time all year I've made time to watch the and they're down 21-0?? Come on tb12!! :
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Max Levinson Feb 5
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Max Levinson Feb 5
Boston Conservatory auditions today!
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Max Levinson Feb 4
That is one patriotic chicken! (Click to see a chicken playing America the Beautiful!)
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Max Levinson Feb 4
If you are in Southwest CT today go and hear a recital for FREE (!) by world renowned cellist
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Max Levinson Feb 4
Seen at Music Espresso in Boston this morning. I might be wrong, but most violinists don't use this book for "fun"
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Max Levinson Feb 4
Today at 2pm!
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Max Levinson Feb 3
My date this particular Friday night (at home in my studio...)
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Max Levinson Feb 3
Happy Birthday to Felix Mendelssohn! Hear him here in this wonderful performance by James...
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