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Micah Levy

Composer

Manager and Publisher
David Stevens, Abstraction Music Group

Email abstraction.musicgroup@gmail.com

Phone ‪(857) 245-5213‬

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ABOUT MICAH

Micah Levy (b. 1953, California) is an American composer, conductor, and hornist. His music has been performed by the Dallas, San Diego, Utah, Fort Worth and Hartford Symphonies, as well as concert bands of Michigan State University, Fort Sam’s Own Army Band, Cal State University Fullerton, and the Alabama Materiel Army Band.

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COMPOSITIONS

Concerto for Euphonium and Orchestra (IP)​

Romp for horn quartet, strings, and percussion (2023)

  • 4 minutes

Rendevous of Ursa Major and Cousin Grizzly (2023)

  • For tuba and percussion

Death Valley Kangaru (2022)

  • Version for tuba and orchestra

  • Version for tuba and band

  • 10 minutes

Elision: An Ending and a Beginning (2022)

  • For alto sax, trumpet, piano, and percussion

  • 4 minutes

Gold Rush (Yee-Haw!) (2021)

  • For saxophone trio (ATB)

Tea for Three (2021)

  • For saxophone trio (ATB)

  • 3 minutes

St. Patrick's Armor (2020)

  • For Wind Ensemble

The Enthusiast Polka (arr.) (2018)

  • For three trumpets and concert band

  • 2 minutes

Renaissance Charms (arr.) (2018)

  • For concert band

  • 4 minutes

Whaaack! (2016)

  • For solo percussion and band

Romp for Band (2015)

  • 4 minutes

Romp for Horn Quartet (2012)

  • 4 minutes

Kinetic (2011)

  • For wind ensemble

  • 4 minutes

The Monster (2010)

  • For two pianos

  • 10 minutes

Of Butterflies and Jaguars (2009)

  • For alto saxophone and string orchestra

  • 18 minutes

Fresh Air (2009)

  • For trumpet and marimba

Joy (Mostly!) (2008)

  • For concert band

  • 5.5 minutes

Oink! (2008)

  • Variations on Old MacDonald's Farm

  • 12 minutes

Vivaldi Played a Mar Mitzvah Gig (2008)

The Probably Untrue Story of Mary (who) Had a Little Lamb (2000)

  • For narrator and orchestra

  • 26 minutes

The Eagle Soars Again (2000)

  • For mixed chorus and percussion

Badgers 

  • 5 minutes

Peter Piper’s Practical Principles of Plain and Perfect Pronunciation (1999)

  • For narrator and orchestra

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