James Levine

Born Jun 23, 1943
  • Conductor, Pianist, Musician, Music Director
James Lawrence Levine is an American conductor and pianist. He is primarily known for his tenure as Music Director of the Metropolitan Opera. Levine has also held leadership positions with the Ravinia Festival, the Munich Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

James Levine Stats


: James Lawrence Levine, Jimmy


: Conductor, Pianist, Musician, Music Director


: United States of America

Date of Birth

: Jun 23, 1943 (75 years old)

Place of Birth

: Cincinnati

James Levine Film Roles

  1. Fantasia 2000
    Fantasia 2000
  2. Verdi: Macbeth
  3. The 3 Tenors, Paris 1998
  4. Verdi: Luisa Miller: The Metropolitan Opera, Orchestra and Chorus
  5. Mozart: La Clemenza Di Tito
    Mozart: La Clemenza Di Tito
  6. Waldbuhne Concert: A Romantic Opera Night
  7. James Levine: Metropolitan Opera: Stiffelio
  8. Puccini: Manon Lescaut
  9. Mozart: Zauberflote fur Kinder
  10. Beethoven: Fidelio (Metropolitan Opera)

James Levine Film Director

  1. Mozart: Idomeneo
  2. Tannhauser: Wagner: Metropolitan Opera
  3. Wagner: Siegfried

James Levine Film Appearances

  1. Wagner's Dream
  2. The 3 Tenors, Paris 1998
  3. Toscanini: The Maestro
    Toscanini: The Maestro

James Levine TV Guest Roles

  1. 25th Annual Kennedy Center Honors

James Levine TV Appearances

  1. Carmen
  2. Live from the Metropolitan Opera

James Levine Albums

  1. Maestro of the Met: James Levine & Friends
  2. Beethoven: Symphonie No. 3, Es-dur, Op. 55, "Eroica" / Schubert Symphonie No. 8, h-moo, D 759, "Unvollendete" (The Met Orchestra feat conductor: James Levine)
  3. Anton Webern, Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg - Orchesterstuecke
  4. Grosse Messe c-Moll KV 427 (Wiener Philharmonker feat. conductor: James Levine)
  5. Má Vlast / The Bartered Bride: Overture and Dances (Wiener Philharmoniker feat. conductor: James Levine)
  6. Má vlast (Wiener Philharmoniker feat. conductor: James Levine)
  7. The Vienna Philharmonic Rock Orchestra plays Beatles Classics
  8. Kathleen Battle in Concert
  9. Forgotten Songs: Dawn Upshaw Sings Debussy
  10. Neruda Songs: Sings Peter Lieberson