Nate Levin (Nathan)

Nate is an aspiring producer. He is also a musician, composer, arranger, photographer, and soon to be sound designer. He is proud to be studying at Carnegie Mellon, where both his mother and brother attended. He graduated in 2008 with a BA in Music Performance from the Oberlin College Conservatory, studying with Peter Dominguez and Tom Sperl. After college, Nate was the music director and curriculum designer of the Rockstarz Clinic, a touring music instruction program.



For the past four years, Nate has performed as a bassist and band leader in the HALCats, a show band aboard the Holland America Line cruise ships.



Nate also has several years of music industry experience working as a booking and tour agent, ensemble manager and concert producer. He has worked for the Oberlin Conservatory, the Eastern Music Festival, and the Grammy-winning Manchester Craftsman's Guild Jazz Department, and with artists including Hilary Hahn, The Canadian Brass, Bruce Hornsby, Mavis Staples (The Staples Singers), and Aimee Mann.

Current Project: HachiBashi (Interactive Japanese Culture)

Role: Producer



Educational History

BA in Music Performance Oberlin College and Conservatory

Work History

Bravura Design Lead Spring 2013   HachiBashi (Interactive Japanese Culture) Producer Fall 2013
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