Ida Levin is an American concert violinist. Levin currently teaches at the Sander Vegh International Chamber Music Academy in Prague and is a former faculty member of Harvard University and the European Mozart Academy.
Born in Santa Monica, California, Levin began studying the violin at the age of three and made her professional debut performing with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the young age of ten. This was followed by a performance for President Reagan and the first lady with Rudolf Serkin for PBS's "In Performance at the White House". She went on to garner an Avery Fisher Career Grant and made her New York City debut as a soloist with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. She has since returned to New York several times, notably playing as a soloist on a number of occasions with the New York String Orchestra under Alexander Schneider at both Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.
An active concert performer and recitalist, Levin has performed throughout the world at such venues as the 92nd Street Y, London's Wigmore Hall, the Morgan Library, and Avery Fisher Hall to name just a few. Internationally, she has performed in England, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Israel. She is also an active performer of chamber music and is a member of the Boston Chamber Music Society. She also regularly plays in Open Chamber Music in Cornwall, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society and Houston Da Camera.