Ida Levin has performed at the White House for President Reagan, at Carnegie Hall as soloist with the American Symphony Orchestra and the New York String Orchestra, and with the orchestras of St. Louis, Utah, Toulouse, Kammerphilharmonie Berlin, the Prague Symphony and the Edinburgh Chamber Orchestra, among many others. As a recitalist, she has appeared at the 92nd Street Y, the Kennedy Center, London's Wigmore Hall, La Scala and throughout the United States, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Mexico and numerous other countries. Ms. Levin is a senior artist at the Marlboro Festival and Open Chamber Music in Cornwall, England, and appears regularly at festivals including Santa Fe, Montreal, Cremona and Mostly Mozart at Lincoln Center. She is the Artistic Director of the Da Camera Players in Los Angeles, and is a member of the Boston Chamber Music Society, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society Players and a frequent guest with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and Houston Da Camera. Ms. Levin's world premiere recording of Leon Kirchner's Duo for Violin and Piano with Jeremy Denk is available on Bridge Records, as are recordings for Philips, EMI, Dynamic, Music Masters, Nonesuch, BCMS and Stereophile. Ms. Levin began her violin studies at age three in her native Santa Monica, California, and made her professional debut with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at age ten. The recipient of both the Leventritt Award and an Avery Fisher Career Grant, she has been on the faculties of Harvard University, UCLA, the European Mozart Academy and the Sandor Vegh Academy in Prague. She is currently a member of the chamber music faculty of the Colburn School for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.