David Maurice Levett Edit Profile
Studied music New York, Germany and France. Graduate Conservatory, Leipzig,’ 1871.
Professor in New Brunswick (New Jersey) Conservatory, 1876. In Conservatory at Jacksonville, Illinois, 1878-1880. At Chicago, 1880-1885.
Afterward at New York. Professor in Stem’s Conservatory of Music, Berlin, Germany, 1898-1900, New York College of Music, New York City, since 1900. Author of many compositions for voice, piano and orchestra, produced in the United States and Europe.
Composer: “Harlequinade” and “Memories,” two symphonic poems for orchestra. “Romance” and “Serenade,” in Italian style, for violin and piano. “Danse Rustique” for orchestra.
Married Kate de Jonge, 1878.