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Michael Levi (b. 1945) is Associate Professor and Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Music at the College of Saint Rose in Albany. He holds a B.A. from Fredonia State College, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from the University at Buffalo. He has taught in the Williamsville and Depew school districts near Buffalo, New York. He has also been on the Music Education Faculty at SUNY Buffalo, and has served on the Artistic Faculty and Administrative Staff of the New York State Summer School of the Arts in Choral Studies. He credits Richard Sheil, Weston Noble, William Dawson and Alice Parker as his major influences.

Dr. Levi is a consultant to the College Board in their Advanced Placement and Academic Preparation for College programs and is co-editor of the Vertical Teams in the Arts publication. He has been an instructor at several AP Teacher Training Institutes throughout the United States.

Dr. Levi is active in the New York State School Music Association, having served as: Adjudicator, Festival Host, Editor of Mixed and Men’s Choral Lists for the NYSSMA Manual, Clinician and Zone Representative to the Executive Council for Western New York. In addition to NYSSMA, he is also a member of the Music Educators National Conference, American Choral Directors Association, International Association of Jazz Educators, New York State Choral Directors Guild and the American Association of University Professors.

He has been a guest conductor for many All-County and Area All-State festivals. In addition, his compositions and arrangements have been published by E.C. Schirmer Music Company, Alliance Music, Warner Brothers, Northfield Music, E. Henry David, BriLee Music and Lawson-Gould.

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